Profile of a Graduate

Profile of a Graduate

 A graduate of Saint Cecilia School will…

  • Deepen his/her faith in a nurturing religious environment.
  • Appreciate his/her God-given talents and use them in a respectful manner.
  • Possess an ability to deal with real-life situations as a person of faith, with character and integrity demonstrating Christ-like love for everyone.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • Communicate and express ideas using academic vocabulary in all content areas. 
  • Adapt to various situations and various teaching styles.
  • Continue to develop study skills and work habits that prepare him/her to be a member of the global community.
  • Demonstrate the effective use of technology in all content areas.
  • Know his/her intellectual, artistic, and athletic gifts and use them for the good of his/her faith and community.

A graduate of Saint Cecilia School will demonstrate Christian values in everyday life through…

  • An ongoing commitment to his/her faith through participation in Mass, and the development of a respectful prayer life.
  • Living the gospel values in his/her interaction with all people.
  • Active involvement in service-related activities in the community.

A graduate of Saint Cecilia School will apply his/her education to his/her future as a student and an adult by…

  • Having confidence in facing the challenges of the future.
  • Developing critical thinking and problem solving skills necessary for the 21st century learner.
  • Using technology in an appropriate manner aligned with Christian ideals to enhance their education.

 A graduate of Saint Cecilia School will demonstrate the key qualities of…

  • Respect for self and others, which is the heart of the legacy of Jesus and our Catholic faith.
  • Assurance in facing the challenges awaiting them in their future lives.
  • Compassion for all people regardless of creed, gender, race/ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.
  • A desire to work for peace and justice in their school, community and the world in accordance with Catholic Social Teaching.
  • Problem-solving skills needed to make informed, ethical, moral, and social decisions.
  • A positive self-image by remembering who one is and what school one attended in all their future endeavors.
  • Leadership skills necessary for success in the global society.
  • Individuality to appreciate his/her God-given gifts.