We must admit to you: our Humanities program is remarkable. Students in our Upper School aren’t just acquiring a disjointed smattering of history facts, but rather a deep, first-hand understanding of humanity throughout time. This kind of learning requires thoughtful self-reflection, grappling and discussion, and naturally integrates big, transcendent faith questions. The result? Wisdom. Our students — typical teenagers in many ways — are “conversing” with the greatest thinkers in western history, and they’re doing it with increasing skill and confidence. Our world needs these future leaders, guided by knowledge and wisdom.