Life Lessons

Independent thinking nurtured through independent study in a structure learning environment.

Respect for self and others integrated into curriculum and classroom life.

Confidence fostered in academic ability, self-expression, public presentation, and communication with others.

Courtesy and manners modeled and expected in class, at lunch, on the playground and at off-campus events.

Diversity manifested through a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, economically divers school population and a culturally broad curriculum.

Teamwork engendered through group projects, all-school participation in extra-curricular academic activities, and sports.

Personal responsibility internalized through learning how to manage class work and homework in a timely manner.

Perseverance to achieve academic excellence reinforced by high standards for subject mastery.