Our small class sizes and close-knit community ensure that each student is seen, respected, valued and challenged, resulting in a truly unique education, crafted to the needs and personality of each student. High school students discover new capacities for critical thinking and forming independent judgments. Students read classics, explore scientific concepts and learn to debate. Classes debate ethical issues in science, history, economics and literature. Students write poetry, engage in a variety of mathematical reasoning, and inquire, hypothesize and conduct hands-on lab experiments. Our teachers present demanding, open-ended topics that encourage students to observe, compare, analyze, create, question and imagine alternatives.