We believe learning is a life-long process.
We believe teachers, parents and the community share the responsibility of educating students, decision-making, and the development of the policies of the school.
We believe a healthy, safe, stimilating, and physically comfortable environment is essential in encouraging academic learning, personal development, and good citizenship.
We believe students learn in different ways and instructional practives should take into account differences in learning styles.
We believe each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs and should be respected.
We believe the student's self-esteem is enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect among and between students and staff.
We believe the curriculum and assessment practices should meet the individual needs of each child, giving all children the opportunity to learn the curriculum assigned.
We believe cultural diversity awareness increases each student's ability to interact respectfully and tolerably within the community.
We believe all students are capable of learning, achieving, and succeeding to their fullest potential.