Children's Education Programs
At Wesley-Rankin, we offer Afterschool and summer programs for children Kindergarten-8th grade. We emphasize math and reading enrichment, as well as social-emotional skills and character development. Wesley-Rankin is committed to the success of West Dallas students and works to provide opportunities to learn, grow and thrive.
Afterschool provides children and youth enrichment activities and homework support, which reinforce core concepts to
bolster school academic performance. Students choose from a selection of interest clubs each semester, including violin, debate, coding, basketball, and photography. WRCC supports socio-economic wellness through individual and group counseling sessions four days a week.
Scholars, in partnership with the June Shelton School, provides tutoring for students with learning differences. Using Sequential English Education (SEE) curriculum, students learn reading and writing using tools that align with how they best learn.
B3X Summer Enrichment
B3X (Beakers, Base Ten, and the Beat) is an energizing summer enrichment camp that provides expansive, hands-on learning experiences. Daily activities reinforce core learning in science, math, art, and reading. B3X-plorers participate in field trips, on-site labs, workshops, and arts enrichment activities.
Girls of Hope,
Girls of Honor
GOh GOh Girls (Girls of Hope, Girls of Honor) is a 4th-12th grade program designed around the four cornerstones of personal responsibility, goal setting, self-esteem, and faith development. The girls study eight building blocks of social-emotional health as identified by the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkley. The GOh GOh Girls program holistically aids in the development of young girls by providing a safe place to discuss female related issues while also equipping girls with experiences such as self-defense, budgeting, and the importance of the arts.
Boys of Honor, Boys of Unity, Boys of Equality
Tri-B HUE (Boys of Honor, Boys of Unity, Boys of Equality) is a leadership group that meets weekly to support the program's five cornerstones: chivalry, developing personal responsibility, building self-esteem, establishing goal-setting behavior, and deepening spiritual faith in young men. Each semester, they work through two of the eight building blocks for social-emotional health as promoted by the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center. Through partnerships with area churches and the AT&T Performing Arts Center, Tri-B HUE gains additional exposure to weekend field trips, small group learning, and mentoring.