A consequence of the fundamental conviction on the core role of integral development is the concept of balance in the school curriculum.
An appropriate mix of subjects offered leads to the well-rounded development of each and every student. We are educating the whole boy not a specialist in a particular area.
Two fundamental characteristics which the Redfield curriculum seeks to develop in each student are a critical mind and a universal outlook.
A critical mind is developed through a philosophically sound curriculum, teaching which helps the student form his own reasoned opinions on issues, and formation in the virtues of sincerity and intellectual integrity.
A universal outlook is largely a consequence of broad cultural exposure and the capacity to see the same human nature at work in all forms of genuine cultural expression.
Each boy at Redfield is held accountable for his studies and is helped to realise that good education is something of significant value to society at large.