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Our Promises to Your Child


He or she will:


1. Begin a Hero's Journey.


2. Learn to be a curious, independent, and lifelong learner.


3. Develop deep respect for economic, political, and religious freedoms.


4. Cherish the arts, wonders of the physical world, and the mysteries of life on Earth.


5. Discover his or her most precious gifts and learn to use them to solve difficult problems.


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Learning to Learn

Socratic Discussions and self-paced challenges equip children to be independent lifelong learners.


Learning to Do

Hands-on Quests for Science, Entrepreneurship, and the Arts prepare children for Apprenticeships and real-world challenges.

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Learning to Be

The Hero’s Journey, relational covenants, and real-world consequences transform difficult decisions into virtuous habits.


Our Learner-Driven Communities are run mostly by our students, where closely connected families of lifelong learners are bound by clear covenants; and “Learning to Do” and “Learning to Be” are even more important than “Learning to Know.”

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