The Wesley School is committed to providing equal educational opportunities for students without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin. It does not unlawfully discriminate in the administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs or other School administered programs. As a private religious institution, however, The Wesley School reserves the right to discontinue enrollment or deny admission to any applicant whose academic preparation, character or personal conduct is determined to be inconsistent with the purposes and objectives of the School.
Enrollment preference may be given to current siblings, alumni of The Wesley School or members of partnering churches.
To become a partnering church of any denomination, please contact Head of School, Kassie Evans.
EARLY ENTRANCE POLICY
Kindergarten Entrance Policy
In accordance with Maryland State Department of Education regulations, to be eligible to enter kindergarten for the school year, children must be five years of age by September 1 of the school year.
Early Entrance Kindergarten Policy
Children who will turn five years old between September 2 and October 15 are eligible for consideration for the early entrance to the full day kindergarten class.
To be recommended for early entrance to kindergarten, children will need to demonstrate appropriate maturity in social/emotional and physical development, as well as developmentally appropriate performance in language and other cognitive skills. A team will thoroughly review each applicant’s information to determine if early placement would be advantageous for the child. The standards for early entrance are high to ensure that students are not frustrated by their advanced grade placement.