Who is a dignity child?

At Dignity, an educated child is defined as a person who is reflective and mindful, highly confident, productive, creative and guided by strong ethics and principles.

Independent:

They exhibit a sense of independence.  They are competent and capable of taking care of themselves.  They are intrinsically motivated and need little or no guidance.  They are good decision makers, able to seize the opportunities given to them and seeking to make the most of what they have.

Caring:

They are well-rounded children who learn to put the wellbeing of others first.  They are kind and demonstrate an attitude of service.

Knowledgeable:

They have a good appetite for learning.  They constantly seek ways to better their understanding and skills. They can make connections with concepts, ideas, and current issues.

Expressive:

They can communicate confidently and creatively. They are good team members, pulling their weight and contributing ideas.

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