Special Topics

Special Topics is aimed at students who have completed the rest of the curriculum, including Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus, and are looking to delve

Robotics

This course introduces students to building and programming autonomous robots. Beginning with DC motors, the course takes students through increasingly complex navigation tasks. Students next

Classics in Translation

“Muse, tell me of the many-turning man.” So begins Homer’s epic tale about the prevarications and arrivals of Odysseus, the man whose winning way with

Central Questions

When Hamlet asks, “To be, or not to be? That is the question,” he utters what has become, unfortunately, a cliche. In the context of

Advanced Chamber Music

This course offers our most advanced instrumentalists the opportunity to work in small ensembles, learning and performing repertoire by the worldís greatest composers. Class time

Chinese 4

This course aims to develop competency in advanced Chinese with an emphasis on fluency ofspoken language, reading, and writing. A variety of authentic materials is

Latin 3: Intro to Latin Literature

In conjunction with a systematic review of fundamentals, students engage in selected readings of both prose and poetry during the year. Texts, for which students

Geometry-202

This course integrates material from both plane and solid geometry. However, the development of the material requires extensive use of the skills and concepts already

Political Philosophy

This course tackles the big questions that shape our modern lives: What is justice? What is liberty? What is equality? When is the state allowed

AP Physics 1

AP Physics 1 is an algebra-based, introductory college-level physics course. Students cultivate their understanding of physics through inquiry-based investigations as they explorethese topics: kinematics; dynamics;

New York Stories

Writers have said of New York City that “the present is so powerful…that the past is lost,” but for anyone who has wandered through the

Mystery Madness and Lies

This course will examine the importance of narrators to fiction. We will consider the function of the narrator as fundamental to how a reader interprets