School-wide Learning Objectives

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Learner-centered education

Our school's self-directed learning courses revolve around future trends in education. We have developed a curriculum that focuses on project-based learning and emphasizes problem-solving and hands-on learning processes. We are committed to the educational principles of WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and aim to cultivate a student image that embodies cooperation, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and self-awareness. Our goal is to empower every child with the key skills necessary to thrive according to their aptitude and to develop their interdisciplinary abilities to effectively navigate real-life situations.

Critical and Innovative Thinkers
  • Ask critical questions, generate hypotheses, explore multiple perspectives, and pursue answers through research, experimentation, and computational thinking.
  • Read and listen critically in order to acquire, analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information to make decisions or formulate solutions to real community and world problems.
  • Demonstrate real-world understanding by transferring and applying knowledge to new situations.
  • Adapt, generate, refine, evaluate, and act on ideas to make an impact on others.
Collaborative Learners & Leaders
  • Demonstrate the ability to be a productive member of diverse teams through strong interpersonal communication.
  • Solicit and value the views and contributions of others.
  •  Share a commitment to group success, initiative, and accountability.
Effective Communicators
  • Read and listen carefully, critically, and analytically.
  • Articulate ideas and experiences confidently and creatively.
  • Write coherently for diverse purposes, audiences, and contexts.
  • Speak with poise and command of language.
Culturally Aware and Responsive Citizens
  • Work cooperatively with diverse populations by practicing empathy and cultural awareness.
  • Apply excellence, respect, courage, and integrity in interactions with others.
  • Participate in meaningful community service by advocating for all.
  • Act with an environmental and worldly consciousness.
Self-aware and Self-Reliant Learners
  •  Reflect on and identify effective learning and problem solving strategies.
  • Take responsibility for self-organization, self-evaluation, and self-control.
  • Practice inquiry, reflection, personal integrity, adaptability, and perseverance.
  • Demonstrate the ability to set, plan, and achieve college, career, and personal goals.
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