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School-Wide Learner Outcomes (SLO’s)

By the time students graduate from high school, we expect them to be...



        Effective Communicators Who:


  • Master skills necessary for conveying, receiving and interpreting information.
  • Write essays logically, coherently and clearly to support an opinion that is relatively free of grammatical errors.
  • Ask questions and engage in discussion to inform, defend or expand knowledge.


    Complex Thinkers Who:

  • Acquire the knowledge and skills needed to analyze, evaluate and apply them to solve problems.
  • Transfer learned skills to new situations.
  • Use logical decision-making processes.


    Effective 21st Century Citizens Who:

  • Integrate media and technology effectively as part of their learning process.
  • Are creative, original, persistent, and realistic.
  • Take ownership and pride in their work.
  • Have the expertise in establishing and maintaining effective relations with people with different beliefs and values.
  • Prioritize and use time effectively.
  • Help teach each other.


    College, Career and Life Skills Oriented Who:

  • Are life-long learners.
  • Exhibit good study habits, attendance, and punctuality.
  • Take initiative for the continued acquisition of knowledge.
  • Establish and identify personal and academic goals.


    Community Contributors Who:

  • Demonstrate concern and support for the community.
  • Demonstrate good citizenship through community service activities.