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The Curriculum for Understanding: why Liggett is different
We learn through experience. At the heart of that belief is Liggett’s Curriculum for Understanding, which allows students to drive the process of their own academic growth.

From prekindergarten through 12th grade, students become active participants in their learning experience. They discover their passions. They uncover questions. They propose answers. And, in doing so, they turn information into understanding.

The Curriculum for Understanding takes students on a journey from curiosity and inquiry to academic mastery. They graduate with the skills and experiences needed to be critical, creative thinkers who can work collaboratively with others and adapt to any and all ideas and opportunities.
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University Liggett School Receives $1 Million Gift to Name Gymnasium
University Liggett School alumni H. Richard Fruehauf Jr., DUS ’48, and Janet Fruehauf, Liggett ’50, have made a $1 million gift to support the school’s Sure Foundations capital campaign. In recognition of their gift, the gymnasium in the school’s new state-of-the-art athletics complex will be named in their honor. 

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Support the Robotics team at Comerica Park
Your Knight Vision Robotics team will be participating in the FIRST pitch at Comerica Park this year. The FIRST organization, the governing body for Michigan robotics, has assembled a robot to throw out the first pitch at the Tiger's Game on Wednesday, July 30 against Chicago.
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Annual Fund Reaches Record Goal
University Liggett School’s Annual Fund raised a record $1.3 million during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014.

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