children are capable of learning.
2. Each student is entitled to a
quality education, which will enable
him/her to achieve his or her full
3. Each student should be
and guided into developing a positive
sense of self-worth,
self-discipline, and self-determination.
4. Each student's individualities,
cultural background, previous
experiences, and levels of achievement
are unique and varied
and should be considered in the
development of the school's curriculum.
5. The school should maintain open
lines of communication between its
faculty and staff, the administration,
their parents, and the community in
6. Learning is never ceasing and
it is the accumulation
of all of life's experiences.
7. By providing students with a
sound curriculum, a feeling of value,
and the confidence to meet new
challenges, the faculty can prepare
students for their futures as high school
and possibly post-high school students
and their eventual futures as productive,
capable, and caring citizens of society.