Pacific High School Expected School-wide Learning Results
The school exists to educate, in the broadest sense, those students who have not
experienced success in the comprehensive high school program. This education is provided
in a climate designed to foster a sense of community where students who have experienced
frustration in larger education settings can experience a sense of personal recognition,
academic success, and positive identification in a structured yet flexible setting.
Pacific High School Students…
Seek to interact and communicate with others in a manner that values diversity.
Learn from a diversity of opinions.
Work cooperatively with patience, kindness, and empathy.
Communicate one's viewpoints appropriately and effectively.
Honor their own unique potential in the context of their community and the world.
Appreciate and understand their potential impact on the world.
Feel respected and valued within their community.
Know the importance of personal values, such as integrity, citizenship, and punctuality.
Access and utilize technology to further their professional and personal growth.
Use technology to access community resources.
Manipulate technological tools for occupational and personal use.
Respect life as a continual opportunity to think, reason, and learn.
Evaluate and learn from one's experiences.
Solve problems through critical thinking.
Engage in public forums in the form of speaking and writing.
Know where they want to go and how they are going to get there.
Explore career, professional, and post-graduate opportunities.
Identify personal goals.
Develop a long-term academic plan to achieve one's personal goals.
Pacific High School is based on a philosophy of individual accountability and responsibility,
coupled with a commitment to maintain an atmosphere where students can feel secure,
accepted, and challenged. The school's vision is based on the philosophy Routines,
Relationships, Respect, Responsibility, Results.