Key Program Features

    • A rigorous curriculum, which includes four years of humanities, 100 hours of community service, and a Senior Exhibition required for graduation.
    • A strong system of personalized support for all students' academic success.
    • An educational program that teaches students - through project-based learning and authentic assessment - to use their minds well and become life-long learners.
    • A commitment to educate students about their role as citizens in a democratic society, about the Universe of Obligation, and the importance of social justice.
    • Many opportunities to learn beyond the traditional classroom through an interim week; community service; after school classes such as dance, music, and language; interscholastic athletics; and a wide variety of student-led extracurricular activities and clubs.
    • A system of shared leadership where faculty, staff, students, and parents participate in major academic and policy decisions.