Teachers of today persevere and endure, recognizing the crucial role they play in the minds of future generations. They plant seeds of information and ensure the holistic growth of their students. They serve as the second parents, moulding our young minds to become the nation’s hope and a great asset. They serve us as the ladder that we climb on to reach our dreams. We believe that leadership and values are inseparable. The teaching of ethics at Alpine is explicit, not implicit, and our community values consist of mutual respect, honesty and integrity, and personal accountability.
Our pedagogy is dependent on the notion that this is a collective endeavour and that we can't really accomplish our mission without relying on each other
Teachers at Alpine encourage students to see life and daily learning with a new perspective. Through research, coursework, and casual interactions, students and faculty learn and challenge each other on a daily basis.
Student relationships with professors, preceptors, teaching fellows, administrators, coaches, and staff are especially cherished and often result in enriching academic experiences, professional collaborations, and even lifelong friendships and continued inspiration.
“Originality is nothing but judicious imitation.” Voltaire