Summary: Hebron Academy's academic mission is to create the most effective environment, use the most effective teaching practices, design the most effective assessments, and provide the most effective feedback, all with the primary aim of inspiring and guiding students to become self-motivated learners adept at thinking critically and creatively, working collaboratively, and communicating with purpose and confidence.
Course offerings range from
entrepreneurship to calculus, from digital media to music theory, and from philosophy to environmental science, rounding out a vibrant and challenging college preparatory curriculum. English language learning for non-English speakers is also offered, and the school has an Academic Guidance Center and College Counseling Office dedicated to individual needs.
A sampling of courses in major areas of study is as follows:
Humanities, World Literature, American Literature, AP Literature, Comparative Literature, Elements of College-Level Literature and Composition, Post-Graduate English.
Mathematics & Computer Studies:
Geometry, Algebra I & II, Digital Media, Computer Science I - III, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus (BC, AB), Advanced Math.
Genetics & Evolution, Biology (AP), Physics (AP), Chemistry (AP), Chemistry in the Community, Anatomy & Physiology, Environmental Studies, Astronomy.
Humanities History, Western Traditions, World History, US History (AP), International Relations, Psychology, Entrepreneurship.
French, Spanish, Latin.
Design, Music Appreciation, Applied Music, Drawing, Studio Recording, Sculpture, Drama, Pottery, Painting, Photography, Music Theory, Studio Art (AP), Vocal Music.
Religion & Ethics:
World Religions, Western Philosophy, Views from the Other Side.
Saturday classes are held six or seven times each school year.
Department Director: Brian Jurek
Average Class Size: 12
Full Time Teachers: 41
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 32.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 7:1
Saturday Classes: Yes
Summer Programs Offered: Offered
Number of AP Courses Offered: 10