Defining Success

What if we reimagined what success looked like for our schools. Not by the percentage of the students they graduate. Not by the number of students they send to college. Something else. Something more powerful and profound.

What if our aspiration was that each student graduated with a deep confidence, one that defines their **Truth**.

_This is who I am, these are my values. I am good and worthy of others' love. I am whole._

What if our aspiration was that each student graduated with a deep confidence in being able to share their ideas with others, one that defines their **Voice**.

_This is who I am, listen to my words. I am good and worthy of others' love. I am whole._

What if our aspiration was that each student graduated with a deep confidence of where they want to go as they step out into the world, one that defines their **Path**.

_This is who I am, appreciate the gifts that I have to give to the world. I am good and worthy of others' love. I am whole._