Good starts right here on our 175-acre, all-boy campus.
It’s sparked in small classes led by dynamic and caring teachers. It happens when a group of seniors spend summer break learning to be better leaders by listening to each other. Good is an eleventh grader who gives his time teaching a sixth grader how to build a better robot. It’s a class that works together to raise money for a local food bank. And it’s good that unites students from 80 communities, three states, and different backgrounds into one brotherhood where boys feel free. To be themselves. To be smart. Funny. Speak from the heart. And go for the gold.
Point is: If good needs to be done, we aim to do it.
Are you with us?
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