Learning Expectations

   Preamble: At ARHS, students must be able to think critically and work both collaboratively and independently to construct knowledge. These core skills are integrated throughout our school’s Learning Expectations.

  1. ARHS students write effectively in a variety of formats.

  2. ARHS students speak knowledgeably, clearly, and persuasively as a means of communication.

  3. ARHS students read and listen for understanding.

  4. ARHS students use quantitative and analytical reasoning skills to build understanding and solve problems.

  5. ARHS students apply information literacy concepts and skills to use information resources critically and ethically.

  6. ARHS students express themselves creatively in a variety of media.

  7. ARHS students are informed, culturally aware and responsible local, national, and global citizens.

  8. ARHS students demonstrate an understanding of historical and institutional injustice.

  9. ARHS students demonstrate self-advocacy, self-respect, and respect for others.     

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