Student Life

Partner Programs

Montrose students’ visions broaden through experiences with non-profits around the country and the world. This is not an exhaustive list, but upper school student favorites include:
International Exchange Programs
Pre-Professional and Leadership School-Year Programs
Pre-Professional and Political Summer Programs
  • Common Good in the Digital Age Seminar spend a week at Harvard, studying at the Abigail Adams Institute with our Head of School, Katie Elrod.
  • Lights, Camera, Action: spend a week in LA, learning about the business and ethics of media, learning from filmmakers. 
  • Medical Careers Seminar: spend a week in Boston shadowing doctors, reviewing case studies and participating in ethics seminars; sponsored by the Cedar Wood Foundation.
  • Moral Life and Classical Tradition Seminar and Contemporary Issues in Moral Thought Seminar: spend a week at the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton discussing key texts with professors and other high school students.
  • Washington Week: spend a week studying domestic or foreign policy in the nation’s capital.
Service and Faith Formation Programs
  • Mustard Seed: spend spring break caring for children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities in Jamaica or Dominican Republic.
  • Retreats at Arnold Hall Conference Center: spend a weekend getting to know God and yourself better through times of prayer and practical talks.
  • Study Nights at Leland House: join other high school girls for study and dinner, then participate in a class or discussion about living the Christian Faith.
  • Yuma Serves DC: spend a week in the summer serving the most vulnerable in our nation’s capital.
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