Schools often aspire to being "communities of learners," where everyone--adults and children alike--engage the process of discovery. This is a powerful concept; it demonstrates to students that lifelong learning is real and alive, that learning is a joyful process that never ends.
Of all that is special about High Meadows, Emphasis, a two-week period during which everyone of all ages studies the same unit, is one of the most special. Though difficult to put into words, I like to think of Emphasis as a time when academic study meets imagination and creativity.
Read on and learn all about the wonder of Emphasis. The experience is dramatic and exciting, offering a dynamic demonstration of what makes High Meadows School such an extraordinary educational environment.