The Sage Hill experience is centered around developing the core competencies most essential to success in life. These skills—Character, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Critical thinking, and Cross-cultural competency—are collectively referred to as the “Six Cs.” We established the Sage Center for Innovative Curriculum to ensure that our curricular and co-curricular programs work cohesively to build the Six Cs in every student. But how does that look in practice? How do we know if we are succeeding? This year, President Gordon McNeill is dedicating one blog post per month to each of the Six Cs, illustrating just a few of the multitude of ways our students both develop and demonstrate these critical skills. This month, we take a look at Cross-Cultural Competency.