Our curriculum is built on the fundamentals of the liberal arts education, a combination of the arts, social and physical sciences, mathematics, literature, and humanities. We continuously update the curriculum based on state, national, Montessori and Advanced Placement (AP) standards - designed to help students achieve overall college and career readiness.
I. Science, Social Sciences, and Geography
Integrated themes from studies in natural and cultural history, including interdependency, evolution, life cycles, matter and energy, behavior and culture, health, agriculture, government, manufacturing, communication, world systems, and others, in the context of social responsibility and communities.
II. Language Arts
Develop confidence in self-expression via observations, debates, theater, video, photography, essays, play-writing, poetry, and short stories; explores related historical and philosophical material through literature utilizing components of style, genre, characterization, interpretation, and the art of discussion. Includes second language and grammar studies.
Leverage logic, mathematics and critical thinking skills to solve problems in relation to a variety of challenges, from practical money transactions to algebraic relationships; explores in-depth numbers, properties, higher measurement, geometric proofs, and algebraic equations.
IV. The Arts
Utilize a discipline-based arts education, including social arts, manual arts, physical arts and fine arts. The focus is on individual artistic areas of painting, acting, singing, composing, photography, dance, and sculpture. The approach also focuses on general education for aesthetic literacy which integrates the arts with other academic subjects.