Virtuous Behavior

Virtuous Behavior

Teaching the cardinal virtues of prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance, faith, hope, and charity is essential to a Classical Catholic curriculum. Students are expected to demonstrate virtuous behavior in simple ways during the school day, including:

  • Exhibiting courtesy and respect to all:

    • Shaking hands

    • Looking people in the eyes when speaking to them

    • Greeting all adults 

    • Holding the door for others

    • Demonstrating good manners by saying “Please”, “Thank You”, “You’re welcome”, “How are you?”, and “How may I help you”. 

  • Being attentive in the classroom

  • Respecting the school culture, rules, and codes of conduct

  • Practicing silence when appropriate, especially in the hallways

  • Understanding that the rules apply to all and are designed to serve the greater good

  • Striving to always see the good in others and ourselves

  • Looking out for the most vulnerable amongst us

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