Every great organization has a set of core values which our members are committed to living by. Calvert High School is no different. The purpose of this document is to provide an easy way for our Cavalier community to find what guides our staff in providing a great education to our students.
Principal’s Vision for Calvert High School
If Calvert High School provides a culture that is conducive for all stakeholders, develop systems with organized working routines, enrich teaching and learning that embraces student achievement, demands equity that focuses on eliminating racial achievement disparities, and builds a community that promotes success of all students showing professionalism and supports professional growth of others and self, then all students that enter our doors will graduate college, career, and life ready to pursue their academic and life aspirations without remediation.
Calvert High School, where “Involvement Equals Success,” works in cooperation with our parents, and our community to ensure that all students will be presented with opportunities for academic excellence and lifelong learning. By promoting respect for individuality and encouraging the importance of responsibility and citizenship, we strive to enable our students to become productive contributors in an evolving society.
How we do it:
- We believe every student can be successful and is worthy of our uncompromised attention and investment in their success.
- We produce graduates who are truly ready physically, mentally, morally, and culturally to thrive in a post-secondary environment.
- We value diversity and are committed to an inclusive, welcoming education.
- We put our students and each other first.
- We are professionally thoughtful in everything that we do.
- We have a “Can do” approach.
- We are committed to process improvement.
- We know what we do is difficult, and we accept the challenge of providing a world class education to the students of Calvert High School.
2021-22 School Improvement Goals
- School Culture – CHS will increase student voice by establishing culturally responsive classrooms during the 2021-2022 school year.
- Student Achievement – CHS will decrease the percentage of students who will not earn credit in two or more courses during the 2021-2022 school year.