Our values

  • Respect
    This underpins our relationships with each other, our manners, our conversations and our attitude – towards each other, our work and our belongings/school. Treat others the way you want to be treated, not making anyone feel less than you, everyone’s opinions are as good as yours, listen to others, show politeness and manners to everyone, help others, be caring and kind, respecting feelings, respecting everyone’s property including your own, be tolerant and accepting of differences, do not be a bully, deal peacefully with anger, insults, and disagreements.
  • Trustworthiness
    The ability to be relied upon as honest and truthful, be reliable — do what you say you’ll do, have the courage to do the right thing even if it is hard, build a good reputation, Be loyal — stand by your school , friends, parents and educators, do not lie, steal or cheat.
  • Responsibility
    Doing what we are supposed & expected to do. - Plan ahead, Persevere: keep on trying, use self-control, be self-disciplined, and think before you act, consider the consequences of your actions, be accountable for your words, actions, and attitudes, set a good example for others.
  • Excellence
    Quality of being outstanding & extremely good, always do your best, remember to do your homework, study for tests and exams, Be organized, show commitment, be dedicated. We have audacious/heroic expectations for our children, our families, and ourselves, accompanied by realistic plans to achieve them.
  • Fairness
    Policies and procedures use , play by the rules, practice good sportsmanship on the field, Take turns and share, be open-minded; listen to the ideas of others, don’t take advantage of others, don’t blame others carelessly, treat all people fairly.
  • Collaboration
    Working together we can achieve much more than we can on our own.(Teamwork, citizenship ,communication, sense of community trust) - Do your share to make your school and community a better place, Cooperate with one another, get involved in your community affairs, respect authority, protect the environment – think green.
  • Diversity
    Recognizing that all the people are unique in their own way. Their differences could consist of their reading level, athletic ability, cultural background, personality, religious beliefs, and the list goes on. By considering this, leaners who are different & from different sections have access to the school.
  • Christianity
    Instilling of Christian values into our students so that they grow to be good adults.