Mission, Vision, and Goals

Frazier Mountain High School Expected School-Wide Learning Results

Mission Statement:

    • Frazier Mountain High School's mission is to develop academically prepared life-long learners who can take advantage of post-secondary opportunities with competent life and career skills, accept responsibility for their actions, and understand their role as a productive citizen in a democratic society through the teachings of a highly qualified staff in a secure and supportive environment.

Communicate effectively by:

    • writing to a variety of audiences and various genres
    • speaking formally and informally, using gestures and intonation appropriately
    • utilizing listening skills for the purpose of understanding information and different points of view
    • expressing ideas clearly
    • having a basic foundation to communicate in a foreign language
    • developing the ability to present a logical and convincing argument

Think critically by:

    • appropriately judging the strength of an issue or argument, with respect to the authority of its foundations and its basic use of logic
    • reading various genres and distinguishing between non-fiction and fiction
    • discerning between fact and opinion
    • maintaining objectivity and gathering additional information when needed
    • applying problem-solving skills to to real-life situations
    • understanding and applying the scientific method

Develop an appreciation of creative art in its many forms and genres by:

    • using a creative process as a means for self-expression
    • recognizing its value and influence on society
    • participating in activities and performances

Demonstrate readiness for the workplace by:

    • investigating a desired career and writing a preparation plan including a resume and portfolio
    • exhibiting habits of punctuality, participation, personal responsibility, and work ethic
    • acting as a positive, cooperative, and responsible team member

Use technology effectively as a tool by:

    • collecting and organizing information
    • communicating and keeping informed
    • presenting information in various formats
    • analyzing numerical data
    • evaluating the credibility and bias of sources

Be a responsible citizen of the local, national, and global community by:

    • having an awareness of economic, social, and political issues
    • demonstrating tolerance, sensitivity, and understanding of cultural differences
    • recognizing a society's legal, ethical, and moral framework
    • preparing to vote, voting, and actively participating in social issues
    • applying lessons learned from history

Continue an active, healthy life by:

    • learning and practicing the skills necessary to participate in many different forms of physical activity
    • recognizing the value of physical fitness as it pertains to the prevention of disease
    • understanding the human body systems, how they function, and what is required for life-long health