A primary task of the school is to create a stimulating learning climate which develops active involvement of students in their education and develops a spirit of inquiry. Students are encouraged to work together with school staff in such activities as planning and evaluating school programs.


The Board believes that students should:


1.      Feel free to express their own opinions without fear,  recognizing that every privilege and right has a corresponding responsibility;


2.      Be involved in the planning of assembly programs and school-sponsored forums of interest;


3.      Be encouraged to participate in student government organizations that provide students with a voice in school affairs; and


4.      Be encouraged to participate in a variety of extra-curricular class activities to broaden their educational experiences.





Adoption Date:     April 8, 1993

Amended:              July 11, 2013