Building on Excellence

the new arts & administration building


Our fabulous new Arts and Administration building is a source of pride for our Wesley community. Students, faculty and administration have all benefitted from the expanded facilities and programming.

Middle School History lessons on the Renaissance are enhanced by the gorgeous second story “Florentine” view over the red-tiled rooftops. Our Middle School students enjoy Socratic seminars on Homer’s Odyssey in their new Language Arts classroom. Middle School Art, robotics, year book and other enrichment classes take place in the inspired new Multi-Media art studio, flooded with natural light. The seamless incorporation of new architecture to our campus is just amazing due to the thoughtful design of architect Jeff Kalban, who has designed buildings for Harvard-Westlake, the Getty Center, Buckley, Viewpoint and other iconic arts and education buildings.

This project is only possible because of the generous support of our extended community. You can be a part of this historic achievement for Wesley with a gift to the Capital Campaign.

Buy A Brick


If you are interested in having a brick engraved with your family name or special Wesley child’s name, act soon to claim a spot in the central pathway of our main entrance.

Contact Sharon Cocita in the Development office to be a part of this Wesley milestone, 818-508- 4542, ext. 2551, scocita@wesleyschool.org.




Long Range Plan

The Arts & Administration building is Phase One of a four phase campus expansion. Below is a flyover video of our long-term vision for our school.

For more information about Wesley's Long Range Plan, click here.

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