All students, from the veteran cellist to the beginner photographer, find fulfilling artistic outlets that fill our building with beauty.
A foundation in the fundamentals future-proofs our computer science curriculum and prepares students for this fast-evolving field.
Close reading uncovers worlds of meaning in a single word—and turns every Commonwealth student into a deep and critical thinker.
By analyzing primary sources and conducting rigorous research, our students learn to think like historians and see connections across time.
From Film Analysis to Constitutional Law to Special Topics in Psychology, our humanities curriculum reads like a college course catalog. In many ways, it is.
For our students taking French, Latin, Mandarin, and Spanish, the spoken language is just the beginning.
Commonwealth math classes nurture a love of problem solving and take our most passionate mathematicians as far as they want to go.
In our science classes and labs, the work is “minds on,” “hands-on," and animated by an eagerness to question and to know.