Our Instructional Design
Our curriculum teaches students the mindsets essential for thriving in today's interconnected world.
Students use the Harkness Method, a discussion-based model designed by one of the most prestigious private schools in the country, to solve complex problems and examine rigorous content collaboratively.
Our students learn in a single grade classroom where all students are exposed to rigorous content that is on and above their grade level.
Our Global Focus
We aim to help students meet international standards for
global competence through a three-part curricular model.
Students examine the African Diaspora in order to define their identity within it and explore the historical and cultural experiences of African descendants throughout the world.
Students develop knowledge of diverse cultures, political systems, and global sustainability in order to understand how social conditions across the world connect to their personal lives and experiences in the United States.
Students will participate in two virtual, long-term, collaborative projects with students living in other countries. A select group of high-performing students will be selected to travel to the Caribbean to study social conditions in the region and lead a service learning project.