Portrait of a Graduate

Being a graduate of Besant Hill School is being part of a collection of free-thinkers with a life-long passion for learning. Our graduates are versed in an array of subjects, delivered through the unique personal connections developed on campus. Our diverse community brings perspective to topics often viewed through a narrower lens, and adds to the understanding of each of our graduates. The Besant Hill School “Portrait of a Graduate” is a compass for our community when determining how to think about any given topic.

Portrait of a Graduate

Being a graduate of Besant Hill School is being part of a collection of free-thinkers with a life-long passion for learning. Our graduates are versed in an array of subjects, delivered through the unique personal connections developed on campus. Our diverse community brings perspective to topics often viewed through a narrower lens, and adds to the understanding of each of our graduates. The Besant Hill School “Portrait of a Graduate” is a compass for our community when determining how to think about any given topic.

Portrait of a Graduate

Being a graduate of Besant Hill School is being part of a collection of free-thinkers with a life-long passion for learning. Our graduates are versed in an array of subjects, delivered through the unique personal connections developed on campus. Our diverse community brings perspective to topics often viewed through a narrower lens, and adds to the understanding of each of our graduates. The Besant Hill School “Portrait of a Graduate” is a compass for our community when determining how to think about any given topic.

Learn how to think, not what to think.

Within a framework of Universal Design, our teachers employ multiple best practices in the classroom. Teachers use the Socratic Method, Mastery Teaching, and Cooperative Learning. We value and encourage creativity and a creative mindset in all classes, teaching how to think, not what to think. Academic classes, including art and physical education, are valued equally in the pursuit of educating the whole person.

Learn how to think, not what to think.

Within a framework of Universal Design, our teachers employ multiple best practices in the classroom. Teachers use the Socratic Method, Mastery Teaching, and Cooperative Learning. We value and encourage creativity and a creative mindset in all classes, teaching how to think, not what to think. Academic classes, including art and physical education, are valued equally in the pursuit of educating the whole person.

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