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    • Academic Achievement: Wildflowers demonstrate mastery of core subjects such as reading, writing, mathematics, and science and show proficiency in age-appropriate skills and knowledge.
    • Critical Thinking Skills: Wildflowers analyze information, draw conclusions, and apply their learning to solve problems in different contexts.
    • Social and Emotional Development: Competence extends to social interactions and emotional regulation, where Wildflowers demonstrate empathy, respect, and the ability to navigate relationships effectively.
    • Communication Skills: Wildflowers communicate confidently and effectively verbally and in writing, expressing themselves clearly and articulately.
    • Creativity and Innovation: Competent Wildflowers exhibit creativity through art, music, technology, and problem-solving and showcase their ability to think outside the box.
    • Digital Literacy: With the increasing role of technology in education, competence includes proficiency in using digital tools for research, collaboration, and communication.
    • Physical Development: Physical competence involves not only participation in physical activities and sports but also understanding the importance of health and wellness practices.
    • Responsibility and Independence: Wildflowers take ownership of their learning, demonstrate organizational skills, and are capable of managing their time effectively.
    • Cultural and Global Awareness: Competent Wildflowers are aware of diverse cultures and perspectives, demonstrating respect for cultural differences and understanding global issues.
    • Leadership and Citizenship: Competence includes leadership qualities, such as Wildflowers taking initiative, advocating for causes they believe in, and contributing positively to their school and community.


    • Academic Engagement: Wildflowers actively participate in class discussions, take on leadership roles in group projects, and are willing to challenge themselves academically.
    • Public Speaking: Wildflowers are comfortable speaking in front of their peers and adults, whether presenting a project, sharing ideas, or participating in debates.
    • Leadership Opportunities: Wildflowers take on leadership roles in student government, clubs, and other extracurricular activities, demonstrating initiative and responsibility.
    • Creative Expression: Confidence is visible in artistic endeavors such as music, dance, and visual arts, where Wildflowers express themselves freely and showcase their talents.
    • Physical Activities: Wildflowers participate enthusiastically in sports and physical activities, showing confidence in their physical abilities and sportsmanship.
    • Problem-Solving: Wildflowers' confidence is demonstrated in their approach to challenges and problem-solving tasks, which shows resilience and a positive attitude toward learning from mistakes.
    • Self-Expression: Wildflowers feel comfortable expressing their opinions, ideas, and identities without fear of judgment, contributing to a vibrant and inclusive school community.
    • Supportive Environment: Our school fosters an atmosphere where girls uplift and support each other, celebrating individual achievements and encouraging each other's growth.


    • Supportive Environment: Wildflowers and staff demonstrate empathy and understanding towards each other's challenges and celebrate successes together.
    • Peer Mentorship: Older Wildflowers can mentor younger ones, offering guidance and support in academics, social interactions, and personal growth.
    • Emotional Support: There is a culture of listening and caring for each other's emotional well-being, where Wildflowers feel safe expressing their feelings and seeking help when needed.
    • Inclusive Activities: Activities and initiatives are designed to promote inclusivity and respect for diversity among Wildflowers, fostering a sense of belonging for everyone.
    • Community Service: Community service projects encourage Wildflowers to empathize with others outside their immediate school community and understand broader social issues.
    • Conflict Resolution: Teaching and practicing constructive ways to resolve conflicts helps Wildflowers learn to approach disagreements with empathy and understanding.
    • Role Models: Positive role models among staff and older Wildflowers demonstrate compassionate behavior, inspiring younger Wildflowers to emulate these qualities.