everyone around you is motivated, too.
intense conversation in the classroom makes the class exciting. You make connections and discoveries you never imagined.
they help you achieve these skills. You'll develop your own point of view, and you'll learn to respect others' differing points of view.
One advisor counsels you and a small group of other students throughout your Milton years; guides your course selection; keeps in touch with your academic and social progress; is your family's liaison to the School; and acts as your resource and advocate.
In fact, many upper level courses are more challenging and rewarding than AP curricula.
students visit faculty in the dorms and call faculty at home for help.
—who you are and what you care about; you'll want to meet their high expectations of you.
Your courses are not limited to the texts; and teachers respond to what students are interested in.
Your art teachers are artists, in and outside of school; your music teachers are musicians; your English teachers are writers; your drama teachers are performers, set designers, and directors, and so forth.
Everyone here works hard, but they have a lot of fun, too. Students will tell you that they and their friends are really happy, and that
Only eight miles away, the city offers so many opportunities for fun and for learning.
You won't just become prepared for college—
(For example, you're only allowed a certain number of major assignments due each week.)
You can be involved in a lot of different activities here. Or, you can take the thing you love to the max.
You're given a lot of unstructured time (increasingly so, as you get older), but you also have a lot of support.
Your classrooms have about 14 students in them. Everyone is part of the action.
Students run their lives and their days according to what they like to do. You'll go to class, but then you'll choose your afternoon activities, and spend that time the way you want to.