Wesleyan School has just been named “Best High School” within the “Best Private Schools” category by Inside Gwinnett magazine.
Each year, the magazine collects thousands of votes to determine the best in the community. According to the magazine, "Gwinnett and neighboring counties have a number of great private high schools, but this year's top vote-getter for the best place for a private high school education is Wesleyan School."
The magazine writes, "The whole thing is like calling up a few thousand of your best friends for an opinion, only we've tallied the results for you and uncovered the most popular favorites."
Wesleyan School is a non-denominational Christian school located in Gwinnett County with students from Gwinnett, Forsyth, Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Clayton, Cherokee, Walton, Hall and Henry County.
Believing that all children are uniquely gifted, the school offers a college preparatory program which challenges, nurtures and strengthens all its students. The Wesleyan community welcomes students of diverse racial, cultural and religious backgrounds. The school is also one of eight in the state participating in AP Capstone.
This award, along with the other "Best Of" winners, is featured in the October 2015 issue of Inside Gwinnett magazine.