Wesleyan School believes faith and intellect are great partners with each other. At Wesleyan, it’s not a matter of choosing faith or intellect, but rather using both to create the best possible education for your child. Our leadership and faculty work to provide students with an atmosphere that is challenging, reinforces the value of hard work, and emphasizes character and integrity above accomplishment.… Read More »
We hope to see you at our next Cub Club event in partnership with PJ Library! This will be an amazing, interactive program full of joy and spirit, story and song with Jason Mesches. Currently known for his appearances on CBS’ The Big Bang Theory and Two & A Half Men, he also is a member of the popular children’s band The Beat Buds and has released an album of original Jewish children’s music.… Read More »
Check out the view from above of the new Austin Elementary School. You can also see the progress made by #Dunwoody Public Works on Roberts Drive. A signal strain pole and mast arm for the new signalized intersection at the new school’s main entrance were installed this week. Utility relocation is almost complete. Landscaping is next, following by paving and signal activation.… Read More »
Sonia Ventura, a loved 7th grade Language Arts Teacher at Peachtree Charter Middle School has been battling breast cancer since the start of the school year.
As many people find out while fighting a long term illness they are unable to work and find that they have unbelievable medical costs that are not covered by insurance.… Read More »
Henry Gies signed to play baseball at Mercer University on national signing day. Hank will be majoring in Mechanical Engineering and playing baseball under the highly successful Coach Craig Gibson. Thankfully Dunwoody High will get his athletic talents one last season and we are looking forward to watching him shine behind the plate this spring! Go Bears!… Read More »
On Thursday, November 14, eight Wesleyan School seniors made their college intentions official. Each signed a national letter of intent to attend and play a sport at a NCAA Division I college or university.
Commitments on Thursday included:
• Lanni Brown – basketball at the College of William and Mary.
• Avyonce Carter – basketball at the Georgia Institute of Technology.… Read More »
Jennifer Laing Copeland
If you want to hear about the vision that is being created for the future education of our only middle school, PCMS – please come and show your support and attend this next meeting. There is power in numbers and whether you have a child at PCMS or not it effects all of Dunwoody. This is an opportunity to take control of our middle school vs.… Read More »
Endeavor Montessori in Dunwoody Celebrates Grand Opening on Nov. 18
Endeavor Montessori, Dunwoody’s newest school, will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, Nov. 18 between 2:30 pm and 4:00 pm.
Dunwoody Mayor-elect Lynn Deutsch and members of the city council are scheduled to attend the event, which will take place on the school’s new campus at 48 Perimeter Center East.… Read More »
The Kingswood Preschool will be giving tours of their newly renovated Preschool on November 19th, December 4th, December 10th and December 17th. Please contact the Director, Michelle Wicklund at 770-458-8407 or email@example.com to sign up.… Read More »
Mount Vernon Presbyterian’s Jackson Denny signs to play college baseball at Washington & Jefferson College
Congratulations to Jackson Denney (Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Class of 2020) for committing to play college baseball at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, PA! … Read More »
Not only did DHS teacher and Social Studies department chair, Mike Berry, get the votes from his peers to be Teacher of the Year at Dunwoody High School, but he was also nominated and chosen by DeKalb County School District to be Teacher of Year for Region 1.
In addition, Jonathan Hughes, School Counselor, was voted by his peers to be Education Support Specialist II of the Year. … Read More »
Note from Audra: I have been working with Stuart since my class of 2017 DHS graduate started planning for college. He has been very helpful with support, knowledge, tips and tricks to help make college more affordable for my family. He is back again for this edition of our education guide offering his services for our new “ask an expert” column for The Aha!… Read More »