What are Student Learning Expectations (SLE)?
The School-wide Learning Expectations (SLEs) define for us the spiritual, academic, social and emotional characteristics that a student of St. Paul School will work towards, develop and eventually attain throughout his/her years of attendance.
The SLEs personify and encapsulate the philosophy of St. Paul School and the formation of each student as a child of God and citizen of the world. Students through their actions and in their academic performance manifest the positive school-wide academic and behavioral expectations. We celebrate these students twice monthly.
A St. Paul School Graduate …
I…is a faith-filled human being who…
II…is a responsible human being who…
- Demonstrates a basic understanding of the Catholic faith and traditions;
- Values a personal relationship with God;
- Celebrates the Catholic faith;
- Demonstrates moral decision-making
III…is an effective communicator who…
- Takes responsibilities for his or her actions;
- Respects the rights of others;
- Exhibits healthy habits;
- Is environmentally friendly
IV…has a love of learning…
- Uses the basic skills of written and oral expression with ease;
- Listens and respects the feelings of others;
- Thinks critically and independently, and applies these skills in problem solving
- Is able to set clear goals and aspire to achieve them;
- Is a self-directed, self-starter who knows the important of making responsible choices;
- Is actively engaged in using technological resources;
- Has developed an appreciation of the arts