Oracle Charter School teaches its students accountability because in order to survive in the workplace, college, or even at home you need to be accountable for the things that you do, good and bad, and you also need to be able to hold others accountable for what they do.
SAGE stands for Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship, and is an organization that promotes business entrepreneurship clubs in high schools and colleges.
It is difficult to talk about commitment without mentioning sports or cliches like “give it your all,” “practice makes perfect”, or “giving 110%”. It is definitely true that in making a commitment to a team or a project you should give it your all and not take that commitment lightly.
But, another side of commitment exists that seems to get overlooked, a quieter commitment, the commitment to the self.
Bullies sometimes say that they are just messing around or just playing, but not everyone likes being treated like that.
Just like any other pet, they enjoy being loved and appreciated.
Merriam Webster defines pride as “a reasonable or justifiable self-respect.”
by Ginette Melendez a student at Oracle Charter high school in Buffalo, NY My name is Ginette Melendez. I am currently a senior at Oracle Charter high school in Buffalo, NY. For the last 2 years I have been attending college fairs, and visiting college campuses with Oracle. My counselor has given me Interest Surveys […]
Oracle Charter High School has five core values that leaders and staff encourage everyone associated with Oracle Charter to live by.
National Honor Society Essay by Milica Gavric a student at Oracle Charter high school, Buffalo, NY
The magical blend of identifying a career that satisfies is really a simple recipe. When you identify the intersection of passions (interests), skills (abilities), and opportunities you begin to create the bull’s-eye known as strengths, and it is within one’s strengths that the possibility of a successful and fulfilling career lives.