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NBECHS’s ESLRs were originally adopted in the Spring of 2005 and have been refined several times since most recently in the Fall of 2010 where three new bullet points were added to address the growing concerns of the staff that students needed to be more reflective in their learning processes, better prepared for more collaborative types of work in both college and in their vocation, and focused on selecting personally meaningful service activities. We believe that these ESLRs encapsulate the traits necessary to be a success in modern society. We further believe that they are reflected in the California Content Standards and in the daily instruction and interactions that occurs at the school. As such they are measurable by the California Standards Tests, writing assignments, thematic units and grades in core academic classes.

Expected School-wide Learning Results (ESLR)

Bridge students are innovative thinkers who:
  • Can apply high-order reasoning skills in diverse situations.
  • Confidently explore and express their individual ideas.
  • Competently apply and extend their knowledge to new situations.

Bridge students are involved citizens who:
  • Demonstrate responsibility for self, family, and community.
  • Show commitment to social progress.
  • Participate as contributing members of society.
  • Engage in meaningful service activities.

Bridge students are engaged learners who:
  • Are self-motivated.
  • Reflect on their own knowledge and learning.
  • Can work efficiently alone or as part of a group.
  • Master standards-based criteria on local, state, and national assessments.