Students, in collaboration with their parents and headmaster, define their goals and design their own academic path and pace of progress. Instruction of unprecedented quality, tailored to each child’s competencies, interests, and goals, is available in person or interactively online through Highlands Latin School Aiken resident faculty, Highlands Latin School and Memoria Press Online Academy faculty and guest faculty worldwide, local teachers, USCA faculty, and other resources.
In conjunction with academic pathing, students create a roadmap to develop their unique talents, competencies, and gifts through their school activities and by accessing experiential learning, internships, volunteer opportunities, youth groups, clubs, arts, athletic leagues, and travel opportunities in the CSRA and beyond.
Pathing documents are revised annually and revisited midway through the
Students are trained, expected, and encouraged to think independently, communicate effectively, manage time efficiently, and act virtuously. Over time, their self-confidence blossoms in conjunction with their academic mastery and ethical character, creating strong, independent individuals well prepared to succeed at college and in life.