Three Programs: One Goal
We believe that inspiring and challenging students is our greatest reward as liberal arts educators.
That among their many other skills and talents, our students are scientists, artists, world explorers, leaders and lifelong learners.
That diverse perspectives make our school, and our world, a better, more interesting place.
That doing is learning. That trying is a start.
That human problems are solved across disciplines and through thousands of failed attempts.
That working collaboratively is as important as thinking independently.
That flexibility and resilience are skills worth cultivating.
That our students will be the world’s next leaders.
With the construction of the Collaboration Building, generations of students will have the necessary space and tools to become the global problem solvers of tomorrow.
Recognizing that science, technology, art, engineering and mathematics mutually enforce flexible, creative, fail-forward thinking, Prep’s STEAM program encourages students and faculty to collaborate across the curriculum to solve problems.
With enhanced electives, collaborative coursework, outreach networking and student involvement inspired by Prep’s long-term partnerships with institutions outside the US, the Global Studies initiative aims to change how students think about the world.
Anchored by a 5-year curriculum that helps students understand their leadership style and undertake leadership opportunities, the Leadership program provides dedicated support for existing student programs in government, athletics and service.