Just as the love of language and stimulation of imagination in the kindergarten are the building blocks for reading and intellectual learning later, imagination learning in the grade school leads to understanding and connecting to the world in the high school.

     The focus at high school level rests on the consolidation of intellectual powers, the capacity for judgement, depth of feeling and the will to carry initiative into action.

     The high school curriculum is designed to provide learning experiences that address the inner question of the adolescent, nurture the emerging ideals, andsatisfy the longing for meaning in the world and self. As students come to know the world, they come to know themselves. They are fostered to be serious about challenging themselves as well as serving others.