We focus on long-term transferable skills and multi-modal learning.
Our courses focus on four learning modes: reading and writing, listening and speaking, experimenting and practicing, and making and doing.
We believe deep learning happens through actions and activities, whether that's tackling hard math problems right in class or learning to design slides for a presentation.
Our faculty members teach using best practices in inquiry-based learning, design thinking, project management, and social and emotional intelligence.
Our humanities program takes a problem-solving approach to learning subjects like literature and history. Creative projects across the curriculum help students see themselves as authors and makers.
Read about our curriculum, and individual course descriptions, on our Academics page.