We believe “Disengagement” is a three (3) dimensional issue whereby people 1)Learn Distrust; 2) Feel Disconnected; and 3) Become Despaired. Put another way, we believe people (i.e. employees, parents, students, etc.) have lost trust in our institutions and its leadership (i.e. governments, schools, churches, workplaces, homes, etc.). At the same time, people are feeling more disconnected with others (i.e. loved ones, peers, authorities, etc.) than ever. Unfortunately, all these experiences ultimately result in despair (i.e. depression, hopelessness, laziness, apathy, rage, etc.).
WE HAVE A PLAN.
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Our classrooms will be dedicated to developing social and emotional intelligence as well as building both timeless and timely character and leadership principles.
Our pedagogy will be personalized and customized to meet the needs of each of our students as they prepare for life after high school (e.g. trade school, university, military and the workforce).
Our smaller footprint compared to traditional schools allows us to be more flexible in our spending and investing in technology, programming and other school offerings.
If you're serious about your business, the Aspire theme is the way to go.
There are BEST PRACTICES when it comes to reaching and teaching students character and leadership principles; social and emotional intelligence; entrepreneurship and employability skills; as well as college and career readiness.
In short, there’s more to learning, education, and the high school experience than just academics… and we want to help your students prepare for the future.
“We’re thankful for all the people who have shared their knowledge, passion, and best practices with us over the years. Now, we want to share what we know with you.”
Is defined as the involvement in and enthusiasm for school. Engaged students are excited about what's happening at their school and what they're learning. They contribute to the learning environment and are emotionally connected to their school.
Is defined as the ideas and energy students have for the future. Hope has been linked to student success in school. Hopeful students are positive about the future and goal-oriented. They can overcome obstacles in the learning process, enabling them to navigate a pathway to achieve their goals.
Is defined as the talent and energy necessary to build businesses that survive, thrive and employ others. By identifying and nurturing students' entrepreneurial talent, educators can empower the next generation of innovators to spur and sustain long-term economic energy.
Is defined as the information, attitudes and behaviors that students need for healthy participation in the economy. Wise economic choices can contribute to a thriving life. From budgeting to investing, students will learn how saving, spending, and investing will inform their lifestyle.
"High school was difficult for me. I was my own worst enemy. Thankfully, there were people who believed in me when I didn't believe in myself. Their ability to see good in me made all the difference. Thank you for standing by me then... and now."