Academic Expo 2021

Welcome to our Virtual Academic Expo!

Although the current circumstances have forced us to cancel our in-person event this year, our faculty are so excited to say hello and share details about our rich academic program. In addition to the digital copy of the Program of Studies below, you’ll find a video introduction to each and every academic content area at the upper school, outlining a wealth of opportunities for you to consider as you make course requests.

Later this month, your school counselor will reach out to you via email with more information about scheduling specific to your grade level-- be sure to keep an eye out for this important information. Your teachers and counselors are the best advisors to consult if you have questions about a course or need a recommendation-- just drop them a line.

Wishing you a strong finish this Spring, and much to look forward to next year!

2021-2022 Program of Studies

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Course Selection Worksheet

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Course Request Videos

Class of 2022

Class of 2023

Class of 2025

Class of 2024

Departmental Information Videos

Arts Department

Math Department

English Department

Science Department

Tech & New Media Department

Languages Department

History Department

Wellness Department

Thornton Academy Pillars

Respect

Respect is acting with character, integrity, pride, and humbleness, with awareness of how actions affect others.

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Responsibility

Responsibility is embracing individual ownership of behaviors and choices while making informed decisions.

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Compassion

Compassion is awareness of others' experiences and opinions while treating them with thoughtfulness and gratitude.

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Investment

Investment is engagement with our school, commitment to goals, and willingness to take risks.

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