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
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.”
Only the Evergreens have been through every part of what Wesleyan has to offer. From the first day of Kindergarten running into your classroom to be welcomed by a warm hug from your teacher, to the fourth grade Easter Play that is never “too much,” middle school field days, high school dances and now, walking across the stage at graduation. Keep Reading
As the end of the year quickly approaches for Wesleyan, the Artist Market is an event that cannot be skipped over. The Artist Market is a community wide event for both Wesleyan and the city of Peachtree Corners.
“The Artist Market is unique in that exhibiting artists are present during this event, showcasing their fine art for purchase and interacting and engaging with attendees. Proceeds from the show benefit the Wesleyan Arts Alliance which supports student programs, facilities and arts education at Wesleyan School” (Wesleyan Artist Market).
With the arrival of spring, anticipation for prom started to bloom. On April 13, Wesleyan was transformed into a magical enchanted forest, complete with a dance floor and snacks for students to enjoy.
The prom committee is a club of students that are the ones behind planning prom. The team starts to plan in August. The theme is the first order of business for the committee. “we picked the theme by presenting our ideas [to the committee], and then we all voted on our favorite,” said junior Caroline Willis. After the theme is decided, the “prom com” starts to work on decorations, food and the band. Keep Reading