"We are what we
repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act,
but a habit."
The following habits will be intentionally integrated into our daily routines and practiced.
Habit of Attention
The habit of attention requires that one
fix mind/body steadily on the matter at
Habit of Obedience
Obedience is demonstrated by responding
immediately and completely to authority,
as well as accepting consequences willingly.
Habit of Respect
Showing respect involves using good manners
and self-control in words and actions.
Habit of Responsibility
Responsibility is shown when care is given
to personal belongings and school property,
and tasks are completed.
Habit of Reverence
Reverence is demonstrated by one’s
awe and respect for things of God.
Habit of Reflection
The habit of reflection requires purposeful
thinking and contemplation about the matter
Habit of Reconciliation
Reconciliation seeks to humbly restore any relationship that has been negatively
impacted by unkind behavior.
Reconciliation should be honest, sincere, quick, and complete.
Habit of Thoroughness
Thoroughness involves completing whatever
task is at hand to the very best of one’s
ability, leaving nothing undone.
Habit of Punctuality
To be punctual, one’s obligations
must be met in a timely manner.
Habit of Service
In serving, one must think of helping others
and meeting their needs in a cheerful manner.
Habit of Self-control
To be self-controlled is to have mastery
over one’s actions and speech and
have the ability to delay gratification.
Habit of Integrity
Integrity involves always being honest and
allowing one’s words and actions to
be above reproach, so that one is seen as