A Year in Review: Wesleyan Edition

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As the 2018-2019 school year comes to an end, we reminisce on the events, competitions, holidays and people which have been beneficial to shaping our character as well as influential to the school. Seniors are saying their goodbyes to the people and place they have resided in and others are saying a farewell to next year. Keep Reading

Alumni Give Advice to Graduates

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“I wished I realized that everyone has a different path of life ahead of them. There’s no right way and no one knows what they’re doing. Embrace it. I loved knowing the faculty’s names at Wesleyan. I don’t think many people realize how beautiful the Wesleyan campus is. There is always such green grass and fresh pine straw. The Wesleyan community is still so loving and supportive it is. Its feels like home. Go Wolves.”

  • Abbie Blauser ’18

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2019 Yearbook Dedication: Mind, Body, Spirit

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Every year, the yearbook staff works diligently to perfect the school’s yearbook. One page, unique to the Wesleyan yearbook, is the dedication page. The senior class for the year picks a person who they [the class] have found impacted their high school experience in a positive way. that person is given a page in the yearbook dedicated to them.
Having the yearbook dedicated to you is an honor, and the dedicatee gets to be celebrated by the high school students, faculty and the community.

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A Letter to the “Green and Gold” Staff Seniors

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Dear Sophie, Quinn, Alayna, Melany and Kat:

Teaching you has been a true blessing. I am grateful to you all for your endless encouragement. We were new to the high school together and have, in many ways, shared the experience. You have cheered me on in life’s joyous moments and provided comfort in its tragedies.

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Remembering Plunk’s Mark at Wesleyan

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After five years of serving as a high school principal, Jeff Plunk has decided to step down to become the head of Ascension Episcopal School located in Lafayette, LA.

Plunk began his first year at Wesleyan 12 years ago. Plunk said, “I fell in love with the Christian mission, mission trips, coaching and teaching, but truth be told, I originally came to Wesleyan to be the head wrestling coach. Once I got here, I realized there is a lot more than just wrestling.”

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