Any school that reduces its program to STEM components only, risks becoming a school of, information, only. Such a school, at the peak of its success, would be a high-powered information delivery system. But in turning around and admiring its success, such a school, if honest, would need to admit to having become a computer, its students, mere algorithms. The fallacy of such a program is to inflate what it means to be informational: Importantly, information is not knowledge, and knowledge is not wisdom. Wisdom may be understood as the good application of a well justified truth. While this basic schema is nothing new, some best teaching practices have been swept away by the torrent of information in our current revolution. Some would even pick up the fool’s errand of attempting to swim as fast as the information stream, or even to allow oneself to feel the pressure of the current. But how many programs hold up the student as a Creative Being?