At CM, going home after the final bell will get you some strange looks. What it won't get you, however, is the chance to tread the boards, gain serious public speaking chops, or experience how one of the world's largest governing bodies operates. Co-curriculars are the bomb.
Creativity is at the intersection of knowledge, thinking and motivation. Three examples perfectly illustrate this truth and asks whether art is less of a discipline and more of an expression of complete education.
By gathering a panel of high school seniors and faculty to ponder a question or issue, their conversation gives rise to a collective mindset that defines the spirit of the school. In this issue, we ask “In an age of fast-moving technology, artificial intelligence and computer code, do the humanities still have anything to offer?”
The question is set. All the panel has to do is demonstrate its truth, hence Quod Erat Demonstrandum.
Catholic Memorial, the Christian Brothers School of Boston, prepares boys for college, manhood and a world full of unknown challenges, ambiguity and complex problems and the importance of relationships.