Rocks. Gems. Caves and Mines. For sixth graders, these words take on more meaning as they study geology, both in the classroom and while exploring glacial caves at our extended campus in Glen Brook. Additionally, students’ classroom learning of calligraphy and medieval history is extended through various trips from the halls of the American Museum of Natural History to the curved cobblestone drive of the Cloisters where they are led in a Gregorian Chant. Students are engaged in a yearlong journey into the world of architecture, sculptures, paintings, and tapestries.