iTerm, short for Interim Term, occurs in January after students return from their long holiday break.
Over a two-week period, faculty have the opportunity to diverge from teaching traditional subjects, and instead offer courses in their own personal passions and unique interests. Past classes have included exciting deviations such as knitting, canoe-building, small engine repair, the science of coffee, board game design, yoga, and more!
iTerm offers students a flexible, assessment-free, mixed grade-level environment focused on the innovative development of skills, knowledge, and habits that encourage lifelong learning. Students acquire these through deep engagement, supported risk-taking, student-driven inquiry, and a whole lot of fun.