WE ARE THE TITANS We are TENACIOUS INTELLIGENT TALENTED ARTISTIC NOBLE SKILLED
Core Values Pembroke High School’s core values provide the foundation for all students to develop the skills, qualities, and talents that empower them to achieve. We challenge them to be honorable, lifelong learners, and informed young adults through varied learning opportunities, differentiated instruction, personalized teaching, and authentic assessment. Students will be able to demonstrate their success in a respectful and supportive environment.
Beliefs Pembroke High School believes in collaborating with staff, students, parents, and community to create a cohesive learning environment. We work to foster school pride, diversity, and global awareness. We encourage students to apply academic skills, take creative risks, strive for excellence, and achieve their highest potential. We provide high quality opportunities in athletics, the arts, and co-curricular activities, allowing students to develop and excel beyond the classroom. We believe this will ready students for what the changing world may offer in the 21st century.
Academic Expectations Students will: A1. Read actively and critically for a variety of purposes. A2. Write with clarity, purpose and consideration of audience. A3. Identify, analyze and solve problems using a variety of strategies. A4. Present information with clarity, purpose and consideration. A5. Utilize appropriate resources and current technology. A6. Work effectively both independently and collaboratively.
Social and Civic Expectations Students will: SC1. Exercise leadership and responsibility by contributing to a school environment that promotes teamwork, goal setting and good sportsmanship. SC2. Be productive and collaborative contributors to group efforts in service, employment, and life experiences. SC3. Develop skills, competencies and qualities to succeed personally and professionally in a globally competitive information age. SC4. Respect human differences and appreciate global perspectives. SC5. Demonstrate personal, social, and civic responsibility.
“EDUCATION IS NOT THE FILLING OF A PAIL, BUT THE LIGHTING OF A FIRE” -W.B. Yeats
All students are responsible for adhering to the current rules and regulations set forth by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.