Integral Student Outcomes

Integral Student Outcomes

Integral Student Outcomes (ISOs)

 

St. Lucy's Priory High School graduates become...

  • SPIRITUAL WOMEN who will…
    • exhibit a knowledge and appreciation of the Catholic faith rooted in Benedictine traditions.
    • apply moral and ethical values to decision making.
    • act on principles of peace and justice.
    • articulate a personal spirituality while respecting the beliefs of others.
    • demonstrate self-directed leadership as a member of global society.
    • demonstrate a willingness to minister to one another, recognizing the dignity of the human person.
    • worship with others through prayer, scripture, liturgical celebrations, retreats and involvement in Christian service.
  • EDUCATED WOMEN who will…
    • exhibit skills and knowledge consistent with a college preparatory curriculum with an emphasis on STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, Math) education.
    • use critical thinking skills to work with information and to promote independent, life-long learning.
    • express themselves to others creatively, articulately, and effectively.
    • exhibits active listening skills.
    • use technology to obtain, process, and transmit information in a legal and ethical manner.
    • demonstrate respect for differing points of view as well as an awareness of the social, political and economic challenges that result from an interdependent world.
  • INTEGRATED WOMEN who will…
    • exhibit self-worth and integrity through personal responsibility for their own actions and self-discipline.
    • set realistic, attainable goals and develop strategies to achieve them.
    • utilize successes and challenges as a means of growth.
    • develop strong and trusting relationships, as well as promoting the common good in a global community.
    • exhibit a sense of respect for self and others.
    • demonstrate behaviors that promote physical and emotional well-being.
  • COLLABORATIVE WOMEN who will…
    • work in a group setting to accomplish a task, sharing and developing unique talents.
    • demonstrate leadership skills, including responsibility, initiative, diligence, and cooperation.
    • relate in a positive manner within culturally and organizationally diverse groups.
    • exhibit a sense of civic responsibility and stewardship over the world's environment.

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