Hey guys, new here! I'm currently a freshman in high school and I've developed a very strong interest for USNA over the past year. I'm strong in reading and writing, but I attend a science/math oriented school. I'm strongly considering pursuing a liberal arts degree in college, and I was just curious on how good the English program is at USNA. I've heard a bunch of different things. I've heard that the Academy is one of the highest rated liberal arts schools, but I'm also aware that its curriculum is comprised of a heavy science workload. I've also heard that it's a school mainly for engineers and non-STEM majors are considered "bull majors". So does USNA offer a well rounded science/liberal arts education?