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Character Formation

EAGLE uses the Civic Character Formation Project curriculum , a civic-based journey that equips scholars to develop Identity, Purpose, and Actions that are intentionally aligned to serve a Greater Purpose. Using stories and specific events from US History, we will provide a comprehensive program of instruction while modeling the desired character virtues ourselves.

The CCFP employs a unique character development process that teaches children to discover their identity and purpose and use that knowledge to take virtue-filled actions that benefit the greater good.

Why Character?

Character is an internal energy that inspires us to act, restrains us from acting, and gives us the wisdom or moral compass to know when each action is appropriate. Our character drives everything we do in life. When character is acquired and held internally, it leads to a virtuous life, lived for a Greater Purpose.
 

Students learn about the following seven virtues and are able to not only explain their meaning but live them out in their daily lives:

Justice The ability to identify and protect common rights
Respect Valuing yourself and others and treating others as you want to be treated
Responsibility Being accountable to myself and others
Integrity Consistently choosing to do what is right and good
Self-Sacrifice Deciding to give up some good thing that you value in order to help others
Diligence The energy you need to complete good work
Courage The power to overcome fear

The result: EAGLE scholars are inspired from within to become lifelong learners, inspirations to their families, and contributors to their communities.

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