In Rhetoric School, tenth through twelfth grade, the ability to think abstractly enables the student to focus on verbal and written expression.  The Rhetoric School student is able to build upon the foundation and framework that was laid during the grammar and logic stages to complete the process by becoming effective communicators.  In line with their cognitive ability and design, they are given the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to be articulate, engaging, and persuasive in their verbal and written communications.

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