The number of offices a student has held in school or community organizations or role as a captain of a sports team is an important aspect of leadership. However, leadership also exists outside elected/appointed positions including effective participation in other co-curricular activities. The following are some examples of a student who exemplifies leadership.
A student of character demonstrates the following qualities:
Service is considered to be those actions that are done with or on behalf of others without any direct financial or material compensation. Service may include contributions to school, to classmates, or to the community. A student who demonstrates service exhibits the following:
Both actions and attitudes are important for good citizenship. An aspect of good citizenship is a person’s willingness to work hard to help his/her family, school, and community. Good citizenship shows caring and concern for vulnerable members of the wider community Good citizenship is demonstrated by the following: