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Ever wondered what it would be like to study one of the oldest subjects in the world? The ‘Liberal Arts’ go back to the Ancient Greeks who considered a liberal arts education to be the ultimate mark of an educated person.

During the era of classical antiquity, liberal arts was considered essential education for a free individual active in civic life. At the time, this would have entailed being able to participate in public debate, defend oneself and serve in court and on juries, and perform military service. At this time, liberal arts covered only three subjects: grammar, rhetoric and logic, collectively known as the trivium.

The aim of a liberal arts education was to produce a person who was virtuous and ethical, knowledgeable in many fields and highly articulate.

Modern liberal arts curriculums, however, allow students to study a much larger range of subjects, but they still retain the core aims of the traditional liberal arts curriculums to develop well-rounded individuals with general knowledge of a wide range of subjects and with mastery of a range of transferable skills.

GV's academic structure encompasses a broad array of disciplines, focusing on a liberal arts approach that fosters interdisciplinary learning, critical thinking, and holistic development.


Detailed breakdown of the academic offerings for Grade 1 to Grade 12:

Core Academic Subjects:

  1. Language Arts:

    • Reading comprehension

    • Literature studies

    • Writing composition

    • Grammar and language mechanics

    • Public speaking and communication skills

  2. Mathematics:

    • Arithmetic

    • Algebra

    • Geometry

    • Trigonometry

    • Calculus (for advanced levels)

    • Statistics and probability

  3. Science:

    • Biology

    • Chemistry

    • Physics

    • Environmental science

    • Scientific inquiry and research methods

    • Laboratory experiments and practical applications

  4. Social Studies:

    • World history

    • Geography

    • Civics and government

    • Economics

    • Sociology and anthropology

    • Cultural studies and diversity awareness

  5. Arts:

    • Visual arts (drawing, painting, sculpture)

    • Performing arts (music, theater, dance)

    • Creative writing and literary studies

    • Art history and appreciation

    • Media studies and digital arts

  6. Foreign Language:

    • Introduction to a second language (Grade 6 and above)

    • Proficiency development through literature, conversation, and cultural immersion

    • Language proficiency exams (optional)

Elective Courses:

  1. Technology and Computer Science:

    • Introduction to computer programming

    • Web design and development

    • Data science and analytics

    • Robotics and engineering

  2. Entrepreneurship and Business Studies:

    • Business fundamentals

    • Entrepreneurial mindset and innovation

    • Marketing and finance basics

    • Business plan development

  3. Health and Wellness:

    • Physical education and sports

    • Nutrition and wellness education

    • Mental health awareness

    • First aid and emergency preparedness

  4. Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) Courses:

    • Offered for high school students seeking college-level coursework and credits

    • Subjects include AP Calculus, AP Biology, AP World History, IB Literature, etc.

Academic Support and Enrichment:

  1. Tutoring and Academic Advising:

    • Individualized support for students struggling with specific subjects

    • Academic advisors provide guidance on course selection and career planning

  2. Enrichment Programs:

    • Summer camps

    • Academic competitions

    • Research mentorship programs

    • Study abroad opportunities (for high school students)

  3. Honors and Advanced Studies:

    • Accelerated tracks for gifted students

    • Honors courses in various subjects

    • Independent study projects and research opportunities

Assessment and Grading:

  1. Continuous Assessment:

    • Formative assessments (quizzes, classwork)

    • Summative assessments (tests, projects)

    • Peer and self-assessment

  2. Performance Evaluation:

    • Grades based on mastery of content and skills

    • Rubric-based assessments for projects and presentations

    • Narrative evaluations for holistic assessment

  3. Standardized Testing:

    • Periodic standardized tests to benchmark student progress

    • Preparation for college entrance exams (SAT, ACT, etc.)

This academic framework, inspired by Liberal Arts approach, provides a rigorous and comprehensive education that prepares students for higher education, careers, and lifelong learning. By integrating core academic subjects with elective courses, enrichment opportunities, and personalized support services, students develop critical thinking skills, cultural awareness, and a strong foundation for success in the 21st century.

What is liberal arts education today?


Designing a comprehensive liberal arts educational program for Grade 1 to Grade 12 requires careful consideration of developmental stages, subject integration, and skill progression. Outlined below is a detailed program inspired by the structure and ethos of liberal arts approach:

Grade 1 to Grade 5: Foundation Years

Core Subjects:

  1. Language Arts: Focus on reading comprehension, phonics, vocabulary building, storytelling, and basic grammar.

  2. Mathematics: Introduction to foundational mathematical concepts such as numbers, operations, geometry, and basic problem-solving skills.

  3. Science: Exploration of the natural world through hands-on experiments, observation, and inquiry-based learning.

  4. Social Studies: Introduction to diverse cultures, history, geography, and basic civic concepts.

  5. Arts: Exposure to various forms of art including visual arts, music, drama, and dance to foster creativity and self-expression.

  6. Physical Education: Emphasis on developing gross motor skills, teamwork, sportsmanship, and an appreciation for physical activity.

Interdisciplinary Themes:

  • Environmental Awareness: Integrate environmental studies across subjects, promoting sustainability, and ecological responsibility.

  • Global Citizenship: Introduce students to different cultures, languages, and perspectives through literature, social studies, and language arts.

Grade 6 to Grade 8: Exploratory Years

Core Subjects:

  1. Language Arts: Advanced reading comprehension, literary analysis, writing skills, and grammar.

  2. Mathematics: More in-depth exploration of algebra, geometry, statistics, and problem-solving strategies.

  3. Science: Study of scientific principles, experimentation, and critical thinking skills.

  4. Social Studies: Comparative studies of civilizations, world history, geography, and global issues.

  5. Arts: Continued exploration of various art forms with opportunities for specialization and project-based learning.

  6. Foreign Language: Introduction to a second language to promote linguistic diversity and cultural understanding.

  7. Technology: Basic computer literacy, coding fundamentals, and digital citizenship.

Interdisciplinary Themes:

  • Critical Thinking: Emphasize analytical thinking, argumentation, and logical reasoning across subjects.

  • Ethical Decision Making: Discuss moral dilemmas, ethical principles, and values through literature, history, and social studies.

Grade 9 to Grade 12: Specialization and Preparation

Core Subjects:

  1. Language Arts: Advanced literature analysis, writing composition, rhetoric, and communication skills.

  2. Mathematics: Advanced algebra, calculus, statistics, and applications in real-world contexts.

  3. Science: Specialization in biology, chemistry, physics, or environmental science with emphasis on research and experimentation.

  4. Social Studies: In-depth study of political science, economics, sociology, and global issues with a focus on critical analysis.

  5. Arts: Specialized training in chosen art forms with opportunities for exhibitions, performances, and portfolio development.

  6. Foreign Language: Continued proficiency development with literature and cultural studies.

  7. Technology: Advanced computer skills, programming languages, and applications for academic and professional purposes.

Interdisciplinary Themes:

  • Interconnectedness of Knowledge: Encourage interdisciplinary projects and research to demonstrate the interconnected nature of subjects.

  • Community Engagement: Promote service-learning projects, internships, and civic engagement to apply academic knowledge to real-world issues.

Extracurricular Activities:

  • Debate and Public Speaking: Enhance communication and argumentation skills.

  • Fine Arts Clubs: Provide opportunities for artistic expression and collaboration.

  • STEM Clubs: Encourage exploration in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

  • Community Service: Engage students in meaningful volunteer work to develop empathy and social responsibility.


  • Authentic Assessment: Emphasize project-based assessments, portfolios, presentations, and exhibitions to showcase students' holistic learning.

  • Formative and Summative Assessments: Use a combination of ongoing assessments and standardized tests to evaluate academic progress.

Support Services:

  • Counseling and Advisory: Provide academic and personal counseling to support students' holistic development.

  • Learning Support: Offer additional resources and assistance for students with diverse learning needs.

This liberal arts educational program aims to cultivate well-rounded individuals equipped with critical thinking skills, global awareness, and a passion for lifelong learning. By integrating various disciplines, fostering creativity, and promoting ethical leadership, students are prepared to navigate the complexities of the modern world and make meaningful contributions to society.

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