The Stuart Hall Graduate
What are Stuart Hall's goals for our graduates?
The Stuart Hall curriculum is designed to provide an intellectual, physical, and ethical journey for students in grades PreK-12. Stuart Hall's academic and non-academic programs emphasize the core competencies we believe are essential for each student's academic and personal success.
The key proficiencies we strive to instill in our graduates are:
- Critical Thinking
What am I curious about and what are my questions?
What are my goals and how can I ethically achieve them?
How do I interpret, analyze, and evaluate information to formulate an answer to my questions?
Reflect and Apply
What went well, what could be better, and how do I use what I’ve learned?
What original ideas do I have?
How do I apply my ideas in a new way?
How do I make my ideas real?
How do I convey information and support my ideas so others understand?
How do I listen with understanding and empathy?
Demonstrate Media Literacy
How do I ethically and effectively use the most appropriate media tools to communicate with others?
How do I contribute to my community?
How do I use respect and empathy to understand global issues and interact with people of diverse cultures, experiences, and backgrounds?
How do I effectively use technology to enhance and improve interactions with others?
How do I work with others to reach a common goal?
How do I create positive interactions and demonstrate admiration, kindness, and care?
What is my personal responsibility to a group?
How do I adapt to reach a common goal when parameters change?
Health: Physical/ Mental Well-Being
How do I positively impact my physical and mental health to optimize my full potential?
Happiness: Social/Emotional Well-Being
How do I develop meaning and purpose to cultivate satisfaction in life and healthy relationships while serving the greater good?
Prosperity: Functional Well-Being
How do I utilize practical skills to develop independence and be a meaningful contributor to the world?