GOALS - Concord High School will provide: (1) Courses of study that recognize individual differences; accept students where they are and direct them toward obtainable goals; (2) challenges to the student in problem-solving experiences; experiences that help student deal with current and projected issues; (3) opportunities to acquire and improve communication skills; (4) experiences that help students become more aware of themselves, sensitive to the needs of others; and conscious of human dignity; (5) opportunities that increase personal responsibility; (6) situations that encourage self-expression and lead to clearer understanding of self-worth; (7) opportunities that foster a positive attitude about learning; (8) equitable opportunities in curricular and extracurricular activities; (9) skills and services that will aid the student in seeking employment and/or higher education.
MISSION STATEMENT - The faculty and administration of Mount Pleasant strive to pursue academic excellence in all aspects of student teaching and learning. We believe in the capacity of all students to develop their academic skills and intrinsic motivation for learning. Through the development of a rigorous program of study, our students are empowered to achieve at the highest level. We work to continually develop, implement, and measure progress toward the standards which are aligned with the school district mission statement and the State of Delaware.
GOALS - As the first public school in the state of Delaware approved to teach the International Baccalaureate Programme we continue to provide academic challenges at the highest level. Our primary goal in all our academic areas is to provide integrated curriculum opportunities which meet the diverse needs of our students. As responsible informed citizens, our students are taught to be self-directed learners who contribute to a global society. Inservice programs directed toward training teachers appropriately for the delivery of effective instruction are an integral part of our continued growth as a school.