Upper School (Grades 9-12)

senior parade giving high fives to younger students
student outdoors relaxing in a hammock
upper school students team building outside
robotics and engineering director, kevin forbes speaking with student in front of robot
upper school art teacher, chris mateer speaking to student about printmaking in studio classroom
boys soccer celebrating a win
upper school math teacher andy riffel writing on white board with male student
upper school students in social studies class smiling with world map in background

Catlin Gabel’s Upper School is designed to develop critical thinkers who learn with and from each other and their teachers. It is a place where students in grades 9-12 collaborate in intellectual, artistic, leadership, and athletic pursuits within a framework of inquiry and care.

Our private high school fosters individual and collective development centered for ethically minded goals. We develop critical thinkers who can voice their opinions, have the skills to deal with complexity, know how to learn, and want to make the world a better place. Teachers and students know each other well. These authentic bonds make learning engaging and fun. This is a place of deep thought and inspired inquiry, but it is also a place of joy and laughter.

Curriculum Overview

Experiential Learning

Co-Curricular Opportunities

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