Our Expected School Wide Learning Results (ESLRs)


Our ESLR’s give us a framework for achieving the school’s mission of empowering students to become leaders, change agents and true scientists:
Young Scientists as Global Citizens who will

  • Through early exposure to science, learn on a platform that is educationally equitable
  • Develop an appreciation and respect for cultural differences
  • Develop a personal connection to learners of different cultures
  • Communicate effectively  their ideas and learning to others
  • Contribute to their community through responsible actions that benefit humanity


Young Scientists as Leaders of the 21st Century who will

  • Work together to solve complex, real world problems through project based learning
  • Think critically and creatively
  • Be Technologically literate and competent in reading, mathematics, sciences and performing arts
  • Develop independence as lifelong learners and problem solvers


Young Scientists as Researchers who will

  • Know how to comprehend, apply, analyze, synthesize and evaluate
  • Ask essential questions
  • Work collaboratively through teamwork to produce a culture of scientific discovery


Young Scientists as Thriving Learners who will

  • Demonstrate confidence in their abilities and develop high self-esteem
  • Learn the habits that contribute to a healthy lifestyle
  • Will experience wellness through physical fitness and proper nutrition