At St. John’s College, students think boldly, collaborate effectively, and explore fearlessly. This education is focused on original thinking and original ideas. By studying the most challenging books and wholeheartedly engaging in thoughtful, lively, and participant-driven discussions, students develop excellence of intellect and imagination. They confront for themselves the ideas that have been, and continue to be, fundamental to shaping the world they will navigate and are ready for any path they choose in life.
Gianna Englert (AGI10) of Georgetown University presented the Wednesday night lecture featuring Rousseau in Annapolis.
Summer travel programs for teens have increased in popularity over the years, as high school students seek to broaden their horizons through exposure to different places and cultures.
See the E. Barrett Prettyman Jr. exhibit in the Lillian Vanous Nutt Room at the Greenfield Library in Annapolis. There are some rare and exotic books on display.
Watch Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist N. Scott Momaday read from his poetry and selected autobiographical passages.
"Masterpieces are not single and solitary births; they are the outcome of many years of thinking in common, of thinking by the body of the people, so that the experience of the mass is behind the single voice."
- Virginia Woolf