The Stuart Hall Graduate
What are Stuart Hall goals for our graduates?
The Stuart Hall curriculum is designed to provide an intellectual, physical, and ethical journey for students in grades PreK-12. To prepare students for their next level of academic and personal success, the School has identified a list of competencies that each Stuart Hall School graduate should have, so they are prepared for success not just in college, but also in life.
Each Stuart Hall graduate will be a/an:
- Critical Thinker
- Creative Innovator
- Effective Communicator
- Global Citizen
- Honorable & Ethical
- Effective collaborator
What do I want to know?
What are my ultimate goals and what is my course of action?
How do I interpret, analyze, and evaluate information to formulate an answer to my questions?
Reflect and Adapt
What have I learned from my work and how do I use what I’ve learned?
How do I learn more about what I already know?
How can I use what I know in a new or different way?
What original ideas do I have?
How do I effectively articulate my thoughts and ideas?
How do I understand the meaning and intention of others?
Demonstrate Information, Communication, and Technology Literacy
How do I ethically and legally access, evaluate, apply, and manage the information available through technology?
Demonstrate Media Literacy
How do I effectively use the most appropriate media tools?
Demonstrate Civic Responsibility
How do I actively participate at the local and global levels?
Develop A World View
How am I using my skills to understand global issues?
How do I learn from and interact with people of diverse cultures and backgrounds?
Honorable & Ethical
What choices do I make when no one is looking?
How do the choices I make affect my life and the lives of others?
What skills do I use to begin or continue the learning process on my own?
How do I work through frustration, adversity, or failure to continue toward my goal?
How do I positively influence group members?
How do I embrace diverse perspectives?
How do I assume shared responsibility within a group?
How do I know when to lead and when to follow in order to reach a common goal?