Intro to Architecture

This course will introduce students to major movements and themes in architecture, significant architects and buildings throughout history, as well as contemporary architectural issues. Utilizing

Digital Filmmaking

We will create ambitious video projects while taking inspiration from the history of filmmaking and its latest innovations. Storytelling through film will be our focus.

Advanced Acting

This elective is for students who have an interest in a more in depth study of theater. In addition to honing performance skills, students will

Film Studies

This course analyzes and critiques classic and contemporary cinema from around the world. We shall examine basic elements of film production, comparative filmmaking styles and

Anything Goes: Musical Theater

Anything Goes: Musical Theater is for students interested in learning the basic principles of acting and singing in a musical theater context. Over the length

Bridging Intersections in Art

This course does not require experience in art making. We will use some of the topics discussed in the Fall/Winter course “Consider. Intersections in Art”

Advanced Architecture

This class consists of advanced work for students who have completed two terms of Architectural Design and/or Architectural Drawing. A spring term project of the

Intro to Art History

Selecting movements from prehistory to the present, works of art are examined in the context of their era’s dominant ideas, political events, economic factors, and

Honors Physics: E & M 2

A continuation of Honors Physics: E & M 1, this is the second term of a two term sequence preparing students for the AP Physics

Honors Physics: Mechanics 1

This is a second year course for students who have a serious interest in studying physics beyond the introductory level; it is the first term

Introduction to Engineering

Introduction to Engineering is a project based course where students solve real world problems while learning process skills such as project management and technical skills