In our founding year, we prioritized establishing core values. These values were purposefully chosen to hold the members of our community—students, faculty, school leadership—to high expectations. They empower our students to explore and expand their interests both in the classroom and in the world around them, to reach their fullest potential, to show responsibility and self-advocacy in their education, to remain kind, and to develop the skills necessary for their futures in academics and beyond. Our students need to not only do well academically, they need to be able to talk to people, be kind and active listeners, take risks, and know what it’s like to fail and get back up.
Our students’ achievements and positive experiences at school will manifest most readily when we uphold these community values, which we call The Five C’s.