The Templeton curriculum has been thoughtfully and prayerfully crafted to ensure our students have time to discuss and learn from the greatest thinkers the Western tradition has to offer. The texts we read are consciously chosen to provoke, engage, and engender careful thought and reflection. We do not simply ask, “what must we know to be educated?” but also, “how can we become more fully-human?”
On these pages you will find course descriptions that give a small window into the content and character of the Templeton classroom, but our curriculum is far wider than those four walls. Students also engage with communities local and global through service learning, research, and studies abroad, as well as through the variety of guest speakers hosted at Honors Forum.
As you browse our site, please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have about the Templeton curriculum. You can request more info here.