Challenge III

What are consequences?

Challenge III students pursue a more fully embodied understanding and presentation of goodness, truth, and beauty through poetry, essays, readings, speeches, debates, and above all, conversations with one another. Through each area of study, they discover their unique place in the overarching story of mankind’s search for knowledge, justice, and God. Whether studying the delightfully sharp wit of Shakespeare contemplating philosophical ideologies, examining the historical events that shaped Britain, observing chemical reactions, or ordering the soul through the application of maths and Latin, students wrestle with the idea of consequence, a key extension of self-awareness and personal responsibility.

We recommend all the resources listed below for students and parents enrolled in the Challenge III programme. Don’t panic, though: Rome wasn’t built in a day, and your collection will grow over time. Only certain items are required to complete assignments and can be found by clicking on the button below.