—Sumit Kapur, Class of 2021
The CHC’s liberal arts curriculum will help you develop core foundational skills: learning how to think, learning how to communicate, and learning how to learn. These skills will serve as the foundation for your four years in the CHC, as well as the lives you will lead after graduation. Our curriculum will introduce you to courses across traditional academic disciplines—history, literature, math, science, and many different languages. At the same time, the CHC’s interdisciplinary courses will provoke you to think beyond those traditional boundaries by considering subjects from diverse perspectives. The skills you will acquire in critical thinking, collaboration, writing, and communication will help you become creative problem-solvers, responsive and responsible leaders, and informed citizens.
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Each year CHC students compete for, and win, distinguished national scholarships, such as the Fulbright, Truman, Mitchell, and Marshall. These awards often cover the full cost of graduate school, either domestically or abroad. Pictured is Mikala Capage, Goldwater Scholarship recipient of 2021.