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The Eagle Way

Rooted in Christ


  • They seek to glorify God in daily decisions and actions in all things in order to fulfill the vision He has placed before us.


  • They strive to be honest and strong in character, recognizing that dishonesty is a pathway to a stressful and destructive environment.

Educated for Life


  • They use their God-given gifts to be the very best they can be by being lifelong, active learners.
  • By thinking critically and creatively, they strive to be knowledgeable in a broad range of disciplines.
  • They practice self-management in their academics.


  • They take advantage of opportunities to explore new roles and ideas.
  • They are driven to acquire skills to be an active participant in their learning and use the opportunities available to grow and take risks as an independent learner.
  • They persevere in difficult situations.
  • They have a growth mindset, which drives their motivation and achievement.


  • They maintain balance across all disciplines in and out of school, seeking to find emotional, intellectual, physical, and spiritual well-being.


  • They take responsibility for their own actions and accept the consequences that accompany them.
  • They are organized and prepared, are on time, and follow directions.
  • They are accountable for themselves and help hold others accountable to the same standard.

Connected Through Relationships


  • They understand and express ideas articulately, professionally, and respectfully.
  • They work effectively and willingly with others.


  • They are thoughtful, compassionate, and considerate towards the needs, values, traditions, and feelings of others; intentionally acting to make a positive difference in one’s own life, the lives of others, and their surroundings.
  • They understand and appreciate their own and other’s cultures, personal stories, and accomplishments.

United with Church and Home


  • They show devotion to their fellow students, teachers, the local community, the world, and the environment.
  • They lead by example.

Called to Serve


  • They have a heart for service — a willingness to reach out to others and share each other’s burdens. 
  • They show compassion, kindness, and love to their neighbor.
  • They follow the example of Christ and routinely put others before themselves.