When these habits are firmly established and rooted in the truth of Christ, students are prepared to navigate the world in which they live thoughtfully and wisely, pursuing moral beauty and eternal purpose in the modern world.
Students are constantly encouraged to question, investigate, dialogue, and create. Classrooms emphasize analysis, synthesis, and creative problem solving.
Learning is more than subjects taught in parallel lines that never intersect. Students are taught to make mental connections, regularly drawing upon various experiences and subject matter to develop a sophisticated and nuanced understanding of the “big picture” of knowledge.
The rhetorical forms provide a reliable approach to ensuring students can do more with information than recite it back to their teachers. Students consistently practice winsome and precise speaking and writing in all subjects.
The ultimate goal of a Habersham education is to become more fully human, that as self-possessed learners, students are capable of taking initiative and becoming a positive cultural influence–in school and beyond.