Researchers now suggest that a child’s success strongly relates to their level of character, positivity, self-management, and self-awareness. When classrooms are nurturing, kind, and supportive, students are more likely to take risks, work collaboratively, and explore more freely.
To ensure our students give the best of themselves and are supported in all aspects of their education, WES has the people, programs, and resources to develop the whole child. Within our nurturing environment, our students to discover those unique qualities on which to build the confident self-image and character which will help them all go forth joyfully as contributors in the world.
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Students who feel connected to school are more likely to succeed―they have better school attendance and grades. Building relationships within and across grades requires schools to develop thoughtful and engaging programs that foster positive attitudes, beliefs, and cultural competence across the student body.
Hear from our students about why they like our Chapel Pals program. Students are paired with students in a different grade. Each week they get together, talk, and attend Chapel together. Older students serve as role models and leaders, and younger students feel tremendous pride in having friends in older grades. High-fives and hugs abound the WES campus each and every day.
“Community Service makes us feel more connected to the world. We like the feeling we get when we help others.”
— Amel and Lucy, Class of 2020