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ENG 371/372: Creative Writing: Nonfiction

Self-examination, reflection, and observation are essential to the craft of writing. The sharing of the self allows stories to impact others. The work that students produce in this course is based on personal experience. This course immerses students in the written and spoken word, develops their writing skills, and produces a variety of work that […]

ENG 361/362: Creative Writing: Fiction

Self-examination, reflection, and observation are essential to the craft of writing. The sharing of the self allows stories to impact others. The work that students produce in this course is grounded in imagination, as students learn to craft fiction. Utilizing workshop and writing group techniques, students work to develop their writing skills, and produce a […]

ENG 350-IB/THE 310-IB: Literature & Performance SL

THIS IS A ONE-YEAR IB COURSE. PLACEMENT PREFERENCE IS GIVEN TO FULL IB DIPLOMA STUDENTS, STARTING WITH 12TH-GRADE STUDENTS. This course invites students to explore perceptions of reality and ways in which literary art forms uplift the mind. Students express emotion, create beauty, and build community by exploring the creative process and through transforming texts. […]

THE 310-IB/ENG 350-IB: Literature & Performance SL

THIS IS A ONE-YEAR IB COURSE. PLACEMENT PREFERENCE IS GIVEN TO FULL IB DIPLOMA STUDENTS, STARTING WITH 12TH-GRADE STUDENTS. This course invites students to explore perceptions of reality and ways in which literary art forms uplift the mind. Students express emotion, create beauty, and build community by exploring the creative process and through transforming texts. […]

MUS 410: Music Major

PLACEMENT IN THIS COURSE REQUIRES APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR. This honors-level course, requiring department recommendation, is where the most dedicated music students pursue their passion of making and expressing meaning through music. The process of music mastery is the core of this class, with an intense focus on the ways in which practice, nuance, […]

HSS 361/362: Sports & Society

History and society have been shaped by athletic competition. From the ancient Olympic Games to the modern fight for pay and gender equity, nations and people are shaped by sport. Many social justice movements have found champions in athletes; Jim Thorpe, Greg Louganis, Jackie Robinson, Billie Jean King, and Colin Kaepernick have all used their […]

HSS 380-IB: Geography SL

THIS IS A ONE-YEAR IB COURSE. PLACEMENT PREFERENCE IS GIVEN TO FULL IB DIPLOMA STUDENTS, STARTING WITH 12TH-GRADE STUDENTS. This course is firmly grounded in the real world and focuses on the interactions between individuals, societies, and physical processes in both time and space. It seeks to identify trends and patterns in these interactions. It […]

SCI 350-IB: Sports, Exercise, & Health Science SL

This course gets at the heart of how scientific knowledge progresses and how we distinguish science from pseudoscience. Students develop both a sense of scientific intuition and imagination. This course incorporates the disciplines of anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, psychology, and nutrition, which are studied in the context of sport, exercise, and health. Students acquire the […]

SEM 311/312: Global Humanitarian Aid

This course invites students to explore frameworks of moral philosophy, military doctrine, international codes of conduct, and the Humanitarian Charter, applying them to real-life global crises.

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