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The Lower School curriculum emphasizes reading, writing, mathematics, hands-on science, and social studies. The Upper School program includes courses in literature and composition; Western and Northwestern history and geography; earth, life, and physical science; mathematics through Algebra I and geometry; and options in Latin and Spanish. Art, music, technology, library, physical education, and an introduction to world language enrich each child's program. Upper School students continue to pursue challenging coursework and are expected to be responsible for themselves, their school, and their community. Sound study skills are formed. Electives in graphics, guitar, chorus, drama, design, and painting give Upper School students freedom to pursue individual interests.