Striving For the Best
It is not where you attend school that determines your outcome, it is your attitude and approach to your work.
Creole Day Highlights
On Friday 25th October 2013, Creole Day; Students and patrons were treated to a creole Day at the Wesley High School with a difference. The day began with an assembly in kreyòl, led by both students and teachers and musical accompaniment. The assembly was followed by the Wesley High School Miss Wob Dwiyet Pageant. Miss Narlyn Lewis of the Gilbert House received the title
Founders Day 2013 (Pictures included)
The Wesley High School on the 16th of October 2013 celebrated Founders Day, its 87th Anniversary and inauguration of the Student Council. The school open it’s doors in 1926, with eight students being housed in a room of the Methodist Mission House, the home of the Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church at the time, Reverend Errey. The Wesley High School began with Ms.
Newsletter Volume I Part II February 2013
The Mid Term is here which indicates that the second term is slowly coming to its end. We are in the season of Lent. We reflect on Christ’s death for our sins but more so his resurrection so that we might have life in its fullness. Welcome Welcome to Ms K. Codrington who joined the staff this term as our Geography teacher of forms