Leadership 10

Students will explore basic principles of leadership and evaluate their personal leadership characteristics and qualities through organizing and running school events. Student driven team building will develop trust, responsibility, and commitment to each other and their projects. Students are given the opportunity and are encouraged to develop their own leadership skills and to take risks and grow in a positive productive way so as to make a difference within the class, school and extended community.

Leadership 20

Students will explore basic principles of leadership and evaluate their personal leadership characteristics and qualities through organizing and running school events. Student driven team building will develop trust, responsibility and commitment to each other and their projects. Students are given the opportunity and are encouraged to develop their own leadership skills and to take risks and grow in a positive productive way so as to make a difference within the class, school, and extended community.

Leadership 30: (Community Leadership)

The primary focus of the Leadership 30 class is the modeling and mentoring of the Leadership skills developed at the 10 and 20 levels. Mentorship is at its greatest at this level as students model and mentor their Leadership 20 peers in every aspect of the Leadership program. Similarly to Leadership 10 and 20, students will continue their involvement with a mentorship program of their choice and volunteer the required minimum of 20 hours. Students wishing to take Leadership 30 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of the Leadership 20 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements

Leadership

Leadership 10

Students will explore basic principles of leadership and evaluate their personal leadership characteristics and qualities through organizing and running school events. Student driven team building will develop trust, responsibility, and commitment to each other and their projects. Students are given the opportunity and are encouraged to develop their own leadership skills and to take risks and grow in a positive productive way so as to make a difference within the class, school and extended community.

Leadership 20

Students will explore basic principles of leadership and evaluate their personal leadership characteristics and qualities through organizing and running school events. Student driven team building will develop trust, responsibility and commitment to each other and their projects. Students are given the opportunity and are encouraged to develop their own leadership skills and to take risks and grow in a positive productive way so as to make a difference within the class, school, and extended community.

Leadership 30: (Community Leadership)

The primary focus of the Leadership 30 class is the modeling and mentoring of the Leadership skills developed at the 10 and 20 levels. Mentorship is at its greatest at this level as students model and mentor their Leadership 20 peers in every aspect of the Leadership program. Similarly to Leadership 10 and 20, students will continue their involvement with a mentorship program of their choice and volunteer the required minimum of 20 hours. Students wishing to take Leadership 30 must be successful in the Mentorship, Volunteer, and Leadership Fundamentals modules of the Leadership 20 course in order to fulfill the prerequisite requirements