Wesley School celebrates new arts and administration facility
(photo courtesy of The Wesley School)
The Wesley School, a private K-8th grade school located in North Hollywood, recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new 5,500 square foot arts and administration building. California State Assembly member Adrin Nazarian and Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian, 2nd District, presented certificates of recognition to the school. Pastor Joey McDonald of First United Methodist Church attended the ceremony with (from left) an unidentified Wesley School student; contractor Jim Crandall; Nazarian; Wesley School board chair Kevin Plunkett; Head of School H. John Walter, III; Associate Head of School and Director of Admissions Verena Denove; Krekorian; and architect Jeffrey Kalban.
The facility includes new classrooms and a state-of-the-art multimedia art studio with panoramic windows and a 3D printer. The building was designed by Kalban, who has also designed buildings at USC, Harvard Westlake School and The Getty.
The Wesley School, established in 1999, is a co-ed independent day school whose mission is academic excellence and character development. The school is located at 4832 Tujunga Ave. For information, call (818)508-4542, or visit www.wesleyschool.org.