Dyke Brown's vision for Athenian 50 years ago was ahead of its time; the emphasis he placed on developing the whole person is now a proven model in the field of education. Collectively, we have learned a lot from the last half century, and we carry this knowledge and experience with us as we plan for the future of Athenian education.
Perhaps in 2065, flexible schedules and honoring the life and sleep rhythms of students will be the new norm for schools. Maybe by then, the silos in which our disciplines traditionally operate will be opened. We don't know what 2065 will bring, but we do know that the Athenian of the future will continue to be a leader in innovative and progressive education.
Here, we share ideas for the School's future as we continue to be leaders in education that inspires lives of intellectual adventure and meaningful contribution.