Developing yourself into a person with a full array of understanding of others and yourself requires practice. Within our school, we pride ourselves on reaching out to students in ways that give them ample opportunities to interact with one another. Each year, our students focus on one subject in humanities that is spurred by classroom interest and social and cultural topics. With its cross classroom learning, the practice of humanities in study prepare students for philosophy, sociology, and psychology that awaits them.
Experiential learning is where we tie in field trips and speakers, our humanities program where the children from various grades work together on a big project.