Every institution has a story to tell. So also, the Wesley College has its story, with its beginning back to primary school.
The Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society, London, established its Christian work in Hyderabad, the capital city of the east while state of the Nizam of Hyderabad in the year 1879. Secunderabad, was then under administrative control of the British Cantonment.
Although the Missionaries were primarily concerned with Evangelism, their attention was drawn to the inadequacy of opportunities for promoting general education, specially among girls. Therefore a century ago they opened a number of primary schools in Secunderabad and Hyderabad. One of them functioning on Mission School Street, later know has Ghasmandi, blossomed into a Government recognized Middle School by the turn of the Century in 1905.