Student Life is a vital part of our high school curriculum, complimenting academics and future-readiness by facilitating the social development of model citizens through real-world experiences. Student Life consists of two major programs: the boarding program and the class system.
Boarding program: the boarding program allows students to live on campus five nights a week. Boarding provides a learning environment that allows students to develop independence while living in a vibrant community of enthusiastic learners. Our attentive faculty promote well-being and character education, helping students develop into safe, balanced, and confident individuals. Boarding is an opportunity to maximize one’s potential and be truly future-ready with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in high school and beyond.
Class system: The class system organizes each class year into smaller cohorts, each supported by a Class Dean and a team of mentor teachers. Within a class, each student receives individualized support from a mentor teacher, meets weekly to build and reinforce community values, and collaborates with other high school classes to strengthen citizenship skills and school spirit.