How Beacon Students Think
Aristotle writes about the importance of habituating virtue in order to lead a good life. In much the same way, Beacon students build habits of learning that will serve them far beyond their high school or even college experience. At our core, Beacon Academy strives to help our students to develop the aptitude and passion to learn actively throughout their lives so that they can adjust in an ever-changing future, become leaders in their chosen professional field, and, most importantly, live with purpose.
Our program asks students to embrace the complexity of the world while remaining fully themselves. The intellectual, social, and emotional foundation that they form in adolescence will help them to navigate the inevitable challenges they will face in their pursuit of a meaningful life.