Wesleyan Christian Academy is dedicated to providing the highest quality educational program with the cornerstones of Christian character development and quality performance among students and staff, and transition for students to be servant-leaders.
Each student is given diagnostic tests to determine skill and concept mastery. The student is then given curriculum that meets and challenges him at his performance level. Diagnostic placement testing ensures that students begin at the exact point of their academic needs.
Wesleyan Christian Academy was founded in 1977. has a long history of a solid music program and has won numerous awards. It has been and will always remain our mission to develop Christian leaders through Biblical and individual education. WCA is affiliated with the Wesleyan Holiness Church in West Bay. Graduates regularly enter colleges in the US and/or enter a degree program at UCCI or ICCI.
Wesleyan Christian Academy has an extremely strong musical program. The students have won many various awards throughout the years. WCA also supports an athletics program that involves basketball, volleyball and football.
Wesleyan Christian Academy's school council is comprised of the Wesleyan Holiness Church senior pastor, WCA school principal and four representatives from the Wesleyan Holiness Church.
The purpose of our Student Handbook is to acquaint parents and students with the philosophy, policies, and basic procedures of Wesleyan Christian Academy. Since it is not the purpose of the Administration to make blanket rules in every area, we reserve the privilege of interpreting the rules, to maintain the testimony of the school and to help students learn personal discipline. The administration and staff of WCA will always stand ready to cooperate with and help the students and parents of the school in every way possible. The administration will be happy to explain any portion of the handbook.
Please take a moment to read our Beliefs and Statement of Faith
The objective of a private Christian school is to teach children how to live and equip them for success. Proverbs 22:6 admonishes adults to train up a child in the way he should go. A Christian school is an extension of the Christian home in training young people in a Christian environment for time and eternity. The school staff works closely with parents to train the whole child.
Attendance at WCA is a privilege, not a right. The goal of this school is to train youth of every ability in the highest principles of moral character, self-discipline, individual responsibility, personal integrity, and good citizenship. This school stands for high standards of morality and wisdom. Students and their parents must accept unconditionally that Wesleyan Christian Academy is a Church-School. There must be complete agreement to abide by Wesleyan Christian Academy’s standards of dress, uniform, conduct and spiritual emphasis. All students in Junior High and High School must sign a Standard of Conduct form at the beginning of each school year. All students are strongly encouraged to attend a Bible-believing Church.
Clothing and Personal Appearance
Students must dress and groom themselves in a manner as becoming Christians. The principal and supervisor shall have authority in matters of dress. Their decisions in all questions are final. By enrolling their child in WCA, parents give their tacit approval to any directives given concerning dress or grooming by the principal and/or supervisor and agree to carry out those directives. Anyone who appears without uniform will be sent home to change.
The highest standard for dress codes is a top quality uniform, professionally made. All uniforms are to be purchased through the school. All clothing must be clean, in good repair, and well pressed. No jewellery is allowed. First offence, jewellery is taken and parents must come to the office to reclaim it; second offence, the jewellery is permanently confiscated.
Students are required to wear their best school uniform to all school functions.
Students are expected to be in full P.E. uniform on their P.E. day. On first offence, they will be issued a detention. On repeat offences, they will be sent home to change.
General Guidelines for Boys
General Guidelines for Girls
Neatness and appropriateness are required at all times.
Shoes – Navy or black school shoes. Shoes designed for laces must be tied at all times.