1. Academic Achievers who:

  • Possess a broad body of knowledge encompassing the humanities, arts, mathematics, and sciences

  • Are competent in the basic skills of reading, writing, and calculating

  • Are ready to successfully enter into diverse careers and/or further academic studies/vocational training

  • Use technology to collect, analyze, organize, and evaluate information from a variety of sources

2. Effective Communicators who:

  • Organize ideas and communicate thoughts and information orally, in writing, and through the use of charts, graphs, and visual aides

  • Analyze processes and explain how they work

  • Listen actively, speak intelligently, and write coherently

  • Use technology as a productive tool

3. Critical Thinkers who:

  • Solve and analyze problems, identify information, and evaluate possible solutions both cooperatively and individually

  • Contemplate relevant issues and formulate justified opinions and solutions

4. Self-Disciplined Citizens who:

  • Show respect for the uniqueness of individuals, their property, and the environment

  • Establish and achieve realistic personal, educational, and professional goals

  • Develop and positive sense of self-worth as reflected in accomplishments, and concern for personal needs

  • Contribute to the community in a positive way

5. Understand democratic processes and value their participation in them


Updated on by Ken Womack