• Statement of Beliefs

    The Academy of Richmond County High School believes that

    • student learning should be the chief priority of the school and should be the focus of all decisions,
    • all students have the ability to learn and should be provided with a variety of instructional approaches and media and technology to support their individual learning styles,
    • each student is a valued individual whose self-esteem and overall success is enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect,
    • students should demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills as well as be actively involved in solving problems and producing quality work,
    • positive values, ethics and character should be incorporated into the classroom and modeled by educators in order to create well-rounded citizens,
    • teachers, administrators, staff, parents, students and the community share the responsibility for advancing the school's mission,
    • international mindedness and cultural diversity enhance students’ understandings of different people and cultures, contributing to their overall education and
    • the International Baccalaureate curriculum should be used as the model for raising the standards of teaching and learning at all levels of the school.