Meridian High School is committed to developing a
community of life-long learners through rigor, relevance, and
"Moving from Good to Great"
- Every student can learn to become a contributing member of
- Student's learning must be the primary focus of all decisions
affecting the work of the school.
- Each student is a valued individual with unique physical,
social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
- Students must be provided with a variety of instructional
approaches to support their learning, given that students respond
to learning in various ways.
- Teachers must be provided with ongoing professional enrichment
to enhance instructional strategies, which reflect current research
and best practices.
- Administrators, parents, teachers, students, and the community
must share the responsibility of education and the advancement of
the school's mission.
- Students must be challenged to learn problem solving
techniques, develop healthy self-concepts, and learn to work with
individuals of different cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic
- Students must demonstrate their understanding of essential
knowledge and skills as well as be actively involved in solving
problems and in producing quality work.
- Students must be provided a safe and orderly environment in
which to learn.