Rel. of the World – Abrahamic

The course explores the expression and idea of religion throughout our world and what the world’s religions attempt to explain. Judaism, Christianity and Islam, all

Mind, Meaning and Reality

This course examines a wide range of philosophical questions and problems, drawing on both classical and contemporary readings. Students will be exposed to a number


Justice. Equality. Dignity. Freedom. Responsibility. In Ethics, students explore these and other key ethical concepts. In this class, we will practice skillful use of clear,

Gender in Sport

In Western society, sports emerged as exclusive spaces for boys and men. One of the objectives of this class is to explore how women steadily

Campaigns & Elections

As the United States heads into its midterm elections, this course will put the headlines of the news cycle in historical perspective and challenge students

Health Seminar II

This health course expands on the 9th grade introductory class and deepens students’ understanding of mental health, mental illness, and healthy relationships. Through classroom presentations


How is today’s music put together? What path does music take from the time it leaves the creator until it arrives in your ear .

Intro to Studio Art

Anyone can learn how to draw! This course is intended to be a first experience in the visual arts. Students will be introduced to the

3-D Design

With an examination of basic design concepts, projects in this course are focused on experiencing the creative and iterative process. Students will develop solutions to

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.


This course offers an opportunity to investigate the formal elements of both digital and film photography, while exploring the potential for creative expression and visual

Off the Shelf: A Tutorial

The tutorial approach to learning is a very old method of education that allows students to explore ideas on their own terms. For this class,