Even though I had a good high school education, transitioning from high school to college was an intense jump for me because of Sattler’s high academic standards. Thankfully, Sattler has made learning enjoyable and well worth the effort I put into it.
As a freshman at Sattler, I took a four-credit seminar dedicated to exploring the classics—thinkers, playwrights, and poets of ancient Greece and Rome, such as Homer, Sophocles, Plato, and Aristotle. Sattler values history and requires all four-year students to take three semesters of Western.
Not every class at Sattler has a professor somersaulting across the classroom floor, or students waving their arms above their heads as they pretend to be trees, or a couple of guys dueling with plastic swords—but in the context of Hebrew class, anything can happen.