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We educate the whole child

Educating the whole child is at the heart of Concordia’s learning philosophy and curriculum. At Concordia, we want each student to be:

  • Healthy: To enter school healthy, and to learn about and practice a healthy lifestyle.
  • Safe: To learn in an environment that is physically and emotionally safe for students and adults.
  • Engaged: To actively engage in learning and connect to the school and broader community.
  • Supported: To have access to personalized learning and to be supported by qualified, caring adults.
  • Challenged: To be challenged academically and prepared for success in college or further study and for employment and participation in a global environment.

OUR EXPECTED STUDENT LEARNING RESULTS (ESLRs)

We expect Concordia Students to:

Pursue Personal Excellence

  • In Academics
  • In Co-Curricular Activities and The Arts
  • In Creative Endeavors
  • In Critical Thinking

Become Active Global Citizens

  • Value and Live Service
  • Environmentally Responsible
  • Respectful Community Members
  • Cross Cultural Communicators

Make Ethical Decisions

  • Value and Live with Integrity
  • Respect Others
  • Exhibit Stewardship of Resources (Time, Talent, and Treasure)

 

Student Testimonials

Preston, Class of 2025

Preston, Class of 2025

I like the diversity in Concordia, and how people treat each other with kindness and respect. We also get to learn a lot from the teachers.

Jack, Class of 2021

Jack, Class of 2021

The thing I like best about Concordia is the unique positivity and supportiveness of the community.

Shaina, Class of 2021

Shaina, Class of 2021

Since I've attended Concordia from the beginning, I enjoy seeing how Concordia has developed both academically and systematically. Since the student population in our school isn't enormous, I believe that we get more attention and more individual help from the teachers. This makes our school a well-rounded community. Our school is filled with energetic, enthusiastic, kind, and open-minded students.

Daniel, Class of 2020

Daniel, Class of 2020

I appreciate the opportunities I'm given here, whether that is the relationships with my friends, relationships with my teachers, quality academics, or extracurricular activities. As cliche as it may sound, the community is the best part.

Miles, Class of 2021

Miles, Class of 2021

I enjoy the quality of Concordia teachers and good friends. We are still quite a small school, and I take pride in knowing that I have good friendships across all the high school grade levels.