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Character counts at Columbia

By October 23, 2015No Comments

Character Week

This past week, Columbia’s Character Team was working hard to inspire and motivate their peers during the school’s annual Character Week.

Each day highlighted a different character trait and students were invited to participate in activities related to the day’s theme. Among the traits celebrated were responsibility, caring, peaceful and positive conflict resolution, inclusiveness, and perseverance.

Students were delighted to participate in the unique and interactive character activities. Along with putting character into action, students learned about the importance of character and made many new friends.

Thank you to our Student Development and Student Leadership teams for their work in organizing this week’s events.

Character at Columbia

Columbia is devoted to building Character in its students who pledge to practice10 important Character traits. Each month, a different Character trait is taught and incorporated across the academic and extracurricular curriculum.Character education plays a large role in student life and aims to create responsible global citizens.

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