Address: 62 Crescent Close, West Bay, Grand Cayman
Key Contact: Mrs. Shauna Haylock
Inspection Date: January 2021
Overall Rating: Weak
Type of School: Private, Religious
Number of Students: 94
% Caymanian Students: 82%
% Special Education Needs: 1%
Number of Teachers: 7
Number of Support Staff: 4
Student-Teacher Ratio: 13.4 : 1
Student-Staff Ratio: 8.5 : 1
Age of Students: 3yr 9m to 18 years
- Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8: $5,200
- Grades 9 to 12: $5,700
Progress on OES Recommendations, January 2021: WEAK
- Raise standards in high school: WEAK
- Raise attainment and progress in Science: SATISFACTORY
- Improve teaching: WEAK
- Improve learning: SATISFACTORY
- Improve curriculum: WEAK
OES Inspection Reports:
- 2nd Follow-Through Inspection Report, January 2021
- 1st Follow-Through Inspection Report, March 2020
- Full Inspection Report, May 2019
- Summary Inspection Report, May 2019
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- Wesleyan Christian teachers say parent communication improved during COVID, but mask-wearing a challenge (February 23, 2022) - Teachers at Wesleyan Christian Academy said the school's communication with parents had improved significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic, but that mask-wearing had resulted in a slight 'distancing' between teachers and students.
- Wesleyan Christian makes ‘Weak’ progress on inspectors’ recommendations (February 23, 2021) - Wesleyan Christian Academy continued to make overall 'Weak' progress on addressing recommendations from the Office of Education Standards.
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