Wesleyan Christian Academy’s high school is an institution whose goal is to provide excellent academic instruction in a distinctively Christian setting. The school’s mission of developing each student spiritually, physically, academically, emotionally, and socially is reflected in the high school’s curriculum and co-curricular programs. The high school provides a caring, supportive environment for faculty and staff to nurture students in a safe refuge where they can explore and develop their God-given talents and abilities, whether academic, artistic, or athletic.

The high school provides a haven where parents can entrust their children for instruction, guidance, and Christian modeling, supportive of the home and church. The faculty is committed to excellent academic preparation for college and to intensive teaching from a biblical perspective. A strong college-prep core of classes, including numerous Advanced Placement courses, enables students to prepare for college in a challenging academic environment. Teachers have a genuine concern for their students and inform parents of their children’s progress through mid-quarter updates, quarterly report cards, and conferences.

The high school desires that all students come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and commit their lives fully to a Christian lifestyle. All aspects of school life — curriculum, instruction, co-curricular activities, athletics, dress codes, and behavioral expectations — reflect a concern for Christian maturity in the student body. Diverse opportunities in athletics, student government, journalism, music, drama, art, leadership, and service are available to students to enable them to develop skills and interests. Students are challenged to use their gifts and resources in the service of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Weekly chapel programs extend the mission emphasis of the school and provide encouragement for students in Bible study, prayer, and discipleship. Students are invited to participate in mission trips sponsored by the school and organized by the school chaplain. Students have specific opportunities for Christian service through various service clubs and school-sponsored activities such as “senior service.” Christian leadership, service, and character are further fostered and nurtured through numerous opportunities for involvement in special projects throughout the year.

Through all of their programs, goals, and activities, the high school staff, faculty, and students give thanks to our Lord Jesus Christ and acknowledge His preeminence