- minds to pursue excellence, academic challenge and personal success.
- hearts to respect and care for the emotional and physical well-being of themselves and others, and for the environment.
- voices to contribute to the democratic process and the common good.
Students in our school treat each other well. However, differences in age, interests, schedule and friend groups often mean that particular students simply don’t encounter each other. Members of our student body can be complete strangers to one another. March Intensive breaks down these boundaries, to great positive effect. Younger students meet older students, for example. The relationships forged in these days of March Intensive increase the support networks and experiences of all of our students which, in turn, makes our school a safer, more healthy place.