Spring season has started with another middle school play. This spring, the middle school drama department dove under the sea to bring us, “The Little Mermaid.” The play was directed by the Middle School Theater Director, Stephanie Simmons. Keep Reading
Students look forward to Spring Break every year, whether they are going to bask in the sun at the beach or travel around the world on a mission trip. From March 19 to 25, students traveled to various places during their well-deserved break. Keep Reading
Singing, dancing and raving with Passion City Church during Winter Weekend at Young Life’s Sharptop Cove was the place to be over the weekend of Feb. 10-12. Passion City, an Atlanta based church, took a group of high school students to Sharptop Cove to attend worship services and grow closer in their understanding of God’s love. Keep Reading
While winter season sports are coming to an end, the spring conditioning is just beginning with Coach Dustin Wolf. Coach Wolf pushes all of his athletes to train well, so they are able to play well.
Wolf’s mission is to help each sport reach its full potential during game time. Sophomore basketball player Callie Weaver said that, “I think it’s worthwhile because I can see a difference in my game in the winter through my strength and stability, and I think you can see it in the whole team too.” Keep Reading
Throughout November 14th through 17th, many people enjoyed getting into the Christmas spirit by shopping at the Mistletoe Market down at the lower school. As the Christmas season comes around, the lower school parents encouraged the Wesleyan community to venture down to the lower school and buy some gifts for teachers and friends at the Mistletoe Market. Keep Reading