Three elements comprise the Honors Program. The first is an interdisciplinary, honors-level, Humanities Course that takes the place of traditional classes in History, Theology, and English. Students take this course during their Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years. The second element is the Symposium—a series of learning activities (guest speakers, film viewings, field trips) that invite students to make connections between the texts they are reading and the realities of contemporary life. The third element is a year-long Capstone Project, which students complete in their senior year.