Ayden-Grifton High School - School Mission

School Mission

The purpose of Ayden-Grifton High School is to help each student develop mentally, culturally, physically, emotionally, and socially so that he/she may become a productive citizen in our democratic society.

To achieve this aim, Ayden-Grifton High School support the following statements of philosophy:

  • The school should adapt its curriculum to the needs of the individual student, the school and the community.
  • The school should help the student to become proficient in the fundamentals of education by encouraging him/her to achieve personal development through individual work, activities, supplementary books, visual aids, and optional assignments.
  • The school should instill within each student the importance of good health habits and desire to maintain these habits.
  • The school should inspire the student to attain high moral standards and guide him/her to have respect for himself/herself and others.
  • The school should teach the student to be self-sufficient and help him/her develop desirable work habits.
  • The school should guide the student to use leisure time wisely through physical education, interest clubs, and social activities.
  • The school hopes that through the use of aesthetic exposure and vocational studies in the teaching of academic material, each student will find learning an enjoyable experience.

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