Students graduate eighth grade having completed Algebra I, with a concrete and abstract understanding of mathematical principles.
Students are life-long readers and writers. Students know how to write for multiples purposes and audiences, in many genres. Students have an appreciation for beautiful writing.
Students are inquisitive and curious scientists, with an understanding of the scientific principles that guide the universe.
Students develop an understanding of history thematically and chronologically. By analyzing primary sources and using the Socratic Method, students understand the underlying beliefs and systems that shaped history.
work together in a team to accomplish a goal.
speak eloquently and engagingly in front of a group.
Solve a conflict.
Build relationships and find common ground with others.
Share their opinions and needs with peers and adults.
Students feel they have a voice in their education.
Students recognize their self-worth.
Students know when and how to ask for help.
Students know how to set healthy boundaries.
Students know how to care for their body, mind, and spirit.