Dare to think. Dare to know.
Our school motto: ‘Dare to think. Dare to know.’ challenges the common sentiment of “group think” permeating our society, and encourages students to think outside the box, to ask difficult questions and to have courage in pursuing the truth.
“In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” ― George Orwell
We want Hartford students to be critical thinkers, to challenge themselves, to develop a thirst for knowledge, and strive for more.
We are confident that our unique approach to a holistic education will be key in producing the great-hearted young men our society needs.
To dare is the path to greatness.
Our values reflect the deepest beliefs and sentiments on which our school is built and lives by. They inspire us, shape us, positively influence our behaviour and lead our boys to great futures.
We believe in educating the whole person and developing moral character. With guidance, our boys become kind, honest, respectful, disciplined and confident young men.
The connection between home and school is immensely important. We value parental involvement and want you to be an active part of your son’s learning journey.
Our classrooms are dynamic and challenging places. We expose our boys to a broad curriculum to instil a love of learning and wonder that continues through life.
Today’s world is a challenging place for young men. That’s why we prepare our boys to face any obstacle head-on so that they can thrive in 21st-century society.
Life is a truly remarkable thing, something we demonstrate throughout all aspects of our curriculum so that our boys develop an optimistic and positive spirit.
We strive for academic excellence but, importantly, we value and reward hard work. We encourage our boys to aim high and to always be their best.
We value tradition but are pioneers in education. Our high-calibre staff teach a liberal arts curriculum using modern methods and the best digital technologies.
Our boys are never alone in their quest to overcome life’s challenges. Spiritual, physical and mental support comes from both teachers and peers.
We teach a Liberal Arts curriculum
Our rich and engaging liberal arts curriculum is designed to impart well-rounded knowledge, encourage and develop critical thinking and support digital literacy – qualities the 21st-century demands.