What is the significance of choices?
Challenge II students study the flow and development of ideas that shaped Western thought and culture and how they have led to twentieth-century thinking. As students mature, Challenge II provides an outlet for them to explore the complex world of choices. In British literature and debate, students explore the choices made by artists, composers, and authors. Latin, biology, formal logic, and algebra present the choices required for defining, classifying, and evaluating, ultimately empowering students to live as champions for truth and virtue.