Men are distrubed not by things but by the principles and notions which they form concerning things.

– Epictetus
Being Principled means being someone who will "act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness and justice, and with respect for the dignity and rights of people everywhere.

Principled students strive to:

  • Explore global issues
  • Advocate for the causes in which they believe
  • Promote a multicultural environment that’s tolerant and inclusive to all
  • Emphasize the importance of making informed decisions and responsible choices
  • Have high expectations of respect, kindness, caring, empathy, and honesty

Promoting principles as young as primary and secondary school helps children grow to become moral adults. While it may not always be easy to stand on your principles, students who learn the importance of developing their principles will also learn to accept responsibility for their decisions and the consequences that accompany them.