Interim Term is a two-week period in which upper school students have the defining opportunity to explore personal interests and seek new pursuits.They learn about themselves and examine communities near and far through international travel, internships and enrichment classes. Interim Term is a time for students to think beyond the regular classroom, step outside of their comfort zone in order to see and experience new people, places and ideas.
College guidance at Second Baptist School seeks to enable students to make educated and reasoned choices in the college selection process. This four-year process necessitates open communication and mutual support for the student by the parents and counselors as they collectively seek the best match for each graduate.
Entrepreneurship is a yearlong course in which upper school students learn the essential attributes of an entrepreneur and the processes he or she goes through in taking the seed of an idea and growing it into a successful venture. The focus on human centered design, identifying problems and opportunities, the entrepreneurial spirit and the strengthening of entrepreneurial skills gives each student the capability of entering the business world before he or she even graduates.