Juniors focus on medieval and Renaissance texts such as Dante’s Inferno, the writings of Shakespeare, and Medieval Romances such as Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Students push the limits of their mathematical understanding in Projective Geometry, while sharpening their laboratory skills in their study of Acids and Bases, and Electricity and Magnetism. Other interesting areas of focus include Zoology, History through Music, and World Religions. At Camp Glen Brook, students learn how to triangulate using compass and map, and put their newly–acquired skills to the test in the traditional navigation challenge through the woods. Students take on higher levels of daily mathematics, foreign language, English, sciences and history, and are given the option of concentrating on the humanities, sciences or arts. At the end of the year, every member of the junior class selects a favorite poem to memorize and recite before the faculty and student body.