Prospective Students

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The enrollment window for the 2014-2015 school year is October 1-November 15, 2014.  Sign-up for a tour and see why there is no place like CORE!  

Parents

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Our next  MPA meeting is Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in Room E10. Please join us for updates from the coordinator and assistant coordinator for the program, opportunities to volunteer, news about the school, guest speakers and much more!  All parents and guardians of Cleveland Humanities Magnet students are welcome!

Alumni

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Who knows better how remarkable our educational program is than, you, our alumni? We gave you an awesome foundation, now help build on that for future generations.

Latest News

Coordinator’s COREner (October 27-31)

Read this week’s “Coordinator’s COREner” for important information and upcoming events.

The Getty Artist Project

Read about our participation in the Getty Artist Project featuring acclaimed artist Barbara Kruger.

The Hamlet Experience is Fully Funded!

In order to enrich our Magnet curriculum, we are asking your help with our fourth annual Hamlet Experience.

Freshman Orientation 101

Welcome to 9th Grade CORE! Here are all the materials discussed at orientation in case you need them. 9th Grade Curriculum Presentation (PDF) 9th Grade CORE Procedures (PDF) Magnet Parent’s Association Welcome Letter 9th Grade Supply List (PDF)

Visit the Galapagos!

Explore Ecuador and the Galapagos in the Summer of 2015! Click here for more information!

Academics

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    9th Grade

    In the context of a global perspective, students explore geography, the diversity of cultural expressions and the effects globalization has on nature, societies, and the individual. Students then apply this to the Australian Aboriginal, Mexican, South African and Chinese cultures. A major part of each unit is an emphasis on critical thinking and essay writing.

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    10th Grade

    Core 10 is, put simply, a survey of the development of Western Civilization, including the role of religion in all of these civilizations. We begin with the birth of Western thought in Greece and then analyze its progression up to and including the VERY EARLY Twentieth Century.

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    11th Grade

    “One of the fundamental questions of our day is whether the tradition of struggle…the struggle for decency and dignity, for freedom and democracy…can be preserved and expanded.” We will explore that struggle historically and personally as a way of preserving and expanding our identities as members of a democracy and of the larger human community.

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    12th Grade

    What is a human being? What can a human being know? We discuss the ideas of Montaigne, Shakespeare, Descartes, Hume, Marx, Darwin, Stendhal, Nietzsche, Freud, Sartre, Vonnegut, Ravitch, Foucault, Rorty, E.O. Wilson, Rousseau, Wordsworth, and Nussbaum, but we haven’t reached any definitive answers and expect students to come up with their own.