The Upland Way

Defining the Upland Student

The Upland Way helps creates an atmosphere where children develop self-esteem, as well as respect for their peers as individuals. The Upland Way expects high standards of behavior, courtesy and academic performance. Discipline is firm within a relaxed, friendly atmosphere of mutual trust.
The standards of behavior, the expectations of interpersonal relationships and moral values are embodied in The Upland Way.

As Upland students, WE WILL...

List of 5 items.

  • Academics

    • Learn from mistakes and embrace challenges as opportunities for learning.
    • Acknowledge academic responsibilities and respect the process of learning.
    • Demonstrate responsibility by being prepared and punctual
    • Take a leadership role academically and socially and abide by the honor code
    • Participate by asking quality questions, asking for assistance
    • Be open-minded and respect others and their ideas.
  • Attitude

    • Treat others the way we want to be treated.
    • Seek to turn mistakes into opportunities and strive to be resilient.
    • Demonstrate respect for self and others by our good judgement, behavior, effort, and attitude.
    • Honor our responsibilities and are accountable for our actions.
  • Athletics

    • Exemplify sportsmanship by respecting teammates, coaches, officials and opponents
    • Work together as a team to achieve goals.
    • Bring full effort to practices and games and strive to maximize our potential.
  • Arts

    • Strive to stand out.
    • Engage in and respect the creative process.
    • Step out of our comfort zone.
  • Community

    • Treat others as we wish to be treated.
    • Use common sense manners.
    • Trust ourselves and those in our community