Social Leadership

Social leadership skills are every bit as important as content in preparing today’s students for a life of success -  however they chose to define that success. By focusing on communication skills, self-managed projects and cooperative learning, we guide students so that their unique potentials develop. We believe...

  • Social Leadership requires personal responsibility.

  • Personal responsibility develops by connecting ideas and people.

  • Connecting ideas and people require empathy, access to knowledge and a willingness to learn.

  • It is both how we pursue our learning and what we do with our knowledge that sets us apart.

We apply these beliefs with global “take action projects” each year. Every classroom identifies a global issue and develops a take action plan to make it local and personal.