Our course requirements provide students with a firm foundation in the basic disciplines—English, science, mathematics, history, and classic and modern languages—while developing lifelong skills and knowledge.

Most classes are taught in the graduate seminar model in the liberal arts tradition, and teachers have wide latitude in structuring their own lessons. While the give and take between teachers and students is the highest priority, state-of-the-art technology in every teacher's classroom supports and enhances this exchange.