School of Rhetoric (9-12)

Building on the first two stages of the Classical Trivium, students in the “rhetoric stage,” will learn to write and speak with confidence and originality. They learn to apply the rules of logic to the basic information learned in the early grades. By graduation, students will be able to express conclusions in clear, compelling, elegant language. Students will start to specialize in branches of knowledge that interest them. Specialized training in those areas may begin.

Semester 1 Finals: Prior Approval Form for Absences

AP Exam registration materials are now available. Paper copies of forms, which will go home with AP students as well as all juniors and seniors the week of Feb. 25.

How to Register for AP Exams:

  • Fill out this form, circling the exams you would like to take.
  • Turn in the form with payment to the Main Office by Friday, March 15.
    • Exam fee: $60/test or $10/test for students receiving educational benefits.
    • Juniors and seniors: first AP exam is free (covered by ERA) to support students’ college preparation and to make the exams accessible to all students

Questions? Contact Susan Bloomgren, Director of Academics.