Wake up and get ready for morning exercise.
Morning circle. Led by student caciques, or daily leaders, students congregate announcements and the singing of the Bahamian National Anthem.
Morning exercise. Students train for either the culminating half-marathon or super swim events through a variety of exercises that include running, swimming, and calisthenics.
Chores. Students contribute to the cleanliness and maintenance of our campus.
Personal Space. Students tidy up their bed space and get ready for the day.
Breakfast. Students and educators share meals and the responsibility of doing dishes at three or more mealtimes each week.
Classes begin: Histories of The Bahamas. Students discuss the complexity of defining the term culture and reflect on their own worldview.
Land and Environmental Art: Students examine the works of an environmental artist, such as Andy Goldsworthy, and brainstorm ideas for the creation of their own artworks.
Lunch. The dining hall is full of learners, leaders and educators both living within our school community and visiting from other schools and universities for Educational Programs and Research Projects.
Human Ecology: Students discuss the results of their ecological footprints and work collaboratively to create solutions to reducing that impact.
Research: Students head out into the field to survey Lemon sharks in a nearby tidal creek.
Exploration time. Students explore hundreds of acres of land on Cape Eleuthera, visit a local beach, or simply catch up on work or rest.
Dinner circle and dinner. Led by the student caciques again, dinner circle includes announcements and a reflection on the day.
Study hours. Ample time is provided each night for students to attend to their assignments. Each student gets a 20-minute phone time slot once every week during this time.
Check-in. Students are expected to check-in to the dormitory with faculty.
Lights out. In order to ensure that students are well rested, a 10:30 PM lights-out rule is enforced every night.