Community Oriented Citizenship
- Demonstrate an understanding and be able to analyze current issue from historic, political, economic, geographic and multicultural perspectives.
- Use technology to access information, communicate ideas, and analyze and solve problems.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the scientific process through reading, literature analysis and appreciation of the linkage between science and society.
- Understand, appreciate and respect ideas, attitudes, and values that shape diverse cultures and individual differences.
- Participate in community, social, civil or cultural services
Teamwork and Personal Development
- Develop teamwork and interpersonal communication skills
- Communicate articulately, effectively, and persuasively when speaking and writing
- Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and self-discipline necessary to achieve and maintain personal well-being.
- Foster positive interpersonal relationships within diverse settings
- Contribute and function in various group roles, accepting individual and group responsibility
- Set appropriate and realistic educational, vocational, and personal goals and make informed decisions based on those goals.
- Stay informed and prepared on post-secondary options
- Apply content and skills learned through the PVHS curriculum to academic and extracurricular pursuits after high school.
- Demonstrate school-to-work/post-secondary transitions skills and knowledge
- Pursue intellectual, artistic, practical, or physical endeavors
See the poster below for a condensed version of our
Schoolwide Learning Outcomes posted in all classrooms on campus.