Achievement Week

Schools Around the District Celebrate Achievement Week
This is the image for the news article titled Schools Around the District Celebrate Achievement WeekOur graduates are college and career ready.
We can see from our top-ranking ACT results and our consistently high test scores that we are graduating students who are prepared for their future college and career paths.

Our teachers engage students and give them ownership of their learning experience.
Students learn through doing with hands-on, active lessons that allow them to experience and apply their new knowledge. Students of all ages have a deeper understanding of their learning, thanks to innovative teaching, personalized instruction and professional experiences.

Some of our most important teaching happens outside the classrooms.
While the knowledge our students learn in core subjects like math and English language arts is important, their experiences outside these classrooms are also key to preparing them for their futures. Our range of co-curricular and extracurricular activities, such as sports, fine arts and clubs, help students develop soft skills such as communication, collaboration, problem-solving and flexibility. They also have the opportunity to develop their passions and interests. Mentors and coaches play valuable roles in helping our students fulfill their potential.

Our community contributes to our success.
We continue to succeed because our community trusts us with its children and supports us through partnering, volunteering and voting. Our strong relationships with families, parent groups, neighborhoods, community organizations and businesses provide a foundation for our students’ success.