EHS Curriculum Overview
Through a rich offering of over 180 courses across the Four Pillars, EHS helps students to develop independence and self-direction, creative problem-solving skills, intellectual curiosity, persistence, and open-mindedness. Our goal is to equip students with skills and concepts that they can apply successfully in new situations, to question assumptions, evaluate information, and make courageous decisions. Our arts programs teach students to see, experiment, invent, and imagine in ways that are an inherent part of the creative process. Academic classes in religion strengthen both the intellect and the spirit, and a thoughtfully designed and varied curriculum in wellness, as well as the many athletic offerings, provide many opportunities for students to enhance their physical health. The faculty of 92 men and women, with over 60% holding advanced degrees, is committed to preparing EHS students for college and a significant life thereafter.
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