1. Administrators demonstrate that formal, ongoing study and professional development is of value and importance.
2. Administrators demonstrate that setting the highest attainable academic (and other) standards for students are essential, and that this constitutes one of our administrator’s most basic values.
3. Administrators demonstrate that by being “on the students’ side” and wishing for them “conspicuous, daily success” form two of our administrators most prevalent characteristics.
4. Administrators demonstrate that “disciplinary steps” and/or confrontations with students must be conducted in ways that leave students’ dignity in tact.
5. Administrators render assistance (formal or informal) to their colleagues.
6. Casual conversations among Administration members tend to be constructive and professional.
7. Administrator meetings tend to be organized and useful.
8. I trust my Administration colleagues.
9. Administrators routinely “address issues from a Christian perspective and allow students the opportunity to begin to understand themselves and the world around them from a Christian worldview,” as stated in our mission statement.
10. I respect Dr. Williams as Head of School.
11. Dr. Williams, as Head of School, is supportive of each administrator.
12. Dr. Williams, as Head of School, is supportive of each student.
13. Dr. Williams, as Head of School, is supportive of parents.
14. It is demonstrated by Dr. Williams, as Head of School, that setting the highest attainable academic (and other) standards for students is essential.