At St. Mary Magdalen School, our goal as Catholic educators is to aid students in becoming well-rounded, conscientious citizens. We measure those qualities through our school’s Student Learning Expectations, revised in 2015.
Student Learning Expectations
A St. Mary Magdalen School graduate is expected to be:
A Faith-Filled Catholic who:
- Demonstrates knowledge of scripture, church history, catechism, prayers, and traditions.
- Participates in communal liturgical celebrations, including the Sacraments.
- Applies Catholic values in the decision-making process.
- Participates in service locally, nationally, and globally.
- Demonstrates awareness and respect for the beliefs, cultures, needs, and rights of others.
- Responds compassionately to the needs and rights of others.
A Learner and Communicator who:
- Demonstrates effective and independent use of study skills.
- Meets or exceeds learning standards adopted for the school from OSPI, CCSS, and the Archdiocese of Seattle.
- Clearly and respectfully communicates through oral, written, and visual methods.
- Uses technology and the creative arts as tools for learning, communicating, and self-expression.
A Person of Integrity who:
- Develops a sense of self-discipline and responsibility that is reflected in social behaviors.
- Assesses own strengths, sets goals, persists in tasks, and evaluates progress.