Good character is the foundation of every legitimate success in a person’s life. We believe that good character can best develop under the direct guidance of the adults in a child’s life. To complement the family values learned at home, we provide our students with opportunities to discuss and analyze good character, and we help students practice using good character in decision-making at school. We believe that when children practice responsibility, they learn responsibility; we believe that when children practice the words and actions of compassion, they learn what compassion truly is.
Our students have outstanding gifts and talents, which can only be enhanced by good character. We seek to guide them in developing the well-rounded character that will serve them well in life and help them serve others.
Good character does not always come easily. It often takes many life lessons for a person to collect enough experiences to understand the importance of good character. Our community celebrates the growth of all students. However, we recognize that there is no predetermined timeline for achieving good character. This is truly a life-long quest.