• Displaying a solid foundation in core academic skills, study skills and subject matter including the arts
  • Taking responsibility for one’s own learning and meeting one’s potential
  • Exhibiting skills and ethics in technology and information literacy
  • Applying strategies in asking questions and using critical thinking
  • Developing a strong sense of Jewish identity
  • Displaying a solid foundation in Hebrew language, Torah study, prayer, ritual, traditions and history of the Jewish People
  • Expressing a personal connection to the people and land of Israel
  • Writing clearly and creatively in a variety of genres with mechanical accuracy
  • Analyzing and evaluating written material, oral information and non-verbal cues
  • Listening critically with understanding and empathy
  • Speaking publicly with competence and confidence
  • Utilizing multiple technologies and media effectively in communication
  • Working well collaboratively and individually
  • Analyzing and evaluating information
  • Applying a variety of conventional and innovative problem solving strategies
  • Recognizing and appreciating differing solutions
  • Demonstrating resilience and flexibility when working toward a goal
  • Treating others with respect
  • Showing kindness and assisting others without being asked
  • Being a productive member of the Jewish, secular and global community by embodying tikkun olam (repairing the world)
  • Being a team player and exhibiting good sportsmanship
  • Using technology and information ethically and compassionately