Expected Schoolwide Learning Results (ESLR's)
"Our students are destined to live amid the activities and problems of the world. They should not be made to live a type of life which they would have to abandon when they leave our school. Rather, our students should be trained in such a way that they may be everywhere what they were in school.”
— Blessed Basil Moreau, 1844
Students will be lifelong learners by
- 1.1 developing an understanding of the Catholic faith and charisms of Holy Cross
- 1.2 observing the world around them and thinking critically and creatively
- 1.3 acquiring the skills necessary to become independent learners by analyzing, organizing, and applying information and ideas from a variety of sources
- 1.4 communicating effectively by listening and reading critically, and using language precisely in speech and writing
- 1.5 utilizing and adapting technological resources productively and responsibly
- 1.6 interpreting and evaluating complex messages presented through various media
Students will demonstrate personal and social responsibility by
- 2.1 developing skills that manage, integrate, and balance their educational, social, physical, and spiritual pursuits
- 2.2 learning how to live ethically and morally while taking responsibility for their actions
- 2.3 cultivating meaningful and respectful friendships and peer relationships
- 2.4 sharing their gifts and talents in a spirit of fellowship, interdependence, dialogue, and collaboration
- 2.5 setting, planning for, and striving to achieve personal, academic, and professional goals
Adopted by Mission Integration Committee on March 29, 2011 and affirmed by the Board of Trustees on May 3, 2011.
Students will carry into the world the legacy and values of a Holy Cross, Catholic tradition by
- 3.1 deepening the spiritual dimension as an integral part of their lives
- 3.2 fostering a sense of community that includes an understanding of and respect for the diversity of others
- 3.3 exercising justice, compassion, and integrity as citizens of the global community
- 3.4 contributing meaningfully to social, religious, political, environmental and cultural organizations
- 3.5 cultivating a sense of stewardship of God's creation by caring for the environment.
Moreau Catholic High School is accredited for the maximum term possible by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA).
It is a member of the National Catholic Education Association, National Association for College Admission Counseling, and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.