National Schools of Character

National Schools of Character
Posted on 05/23/2024
National Schools of Character LogoCambridge Elementary and Howard Early Childhood Center have been recognized as 2024 National Schools of Character by the organization

Seventy-three schools nationwide were certified as National Schools of Character. This is the second time both schools have earned this distinction. Both were first recognized in 2019.

Woodridge was named a State and National School of Character in 2020. certifies schools and districts each year at the national level that have developed and implemented an intentional, proactive, and comprehensive approach that embeds character into all aspects of school life. To be considered at the national level, schools are first designated as State Schools of Character.

The designation is valid for five years and is the highest honor bestowed upon schools by

Alamo Heights ISD has partnered with since October 2016 to implement the 11 Principles of Effective Character Education. Last summer, five district initiatives were recognized as 2023 Promising Practices.

Watch this video created by that highlights the District’s Senior and Grand Mules initiative and commitment to character education.

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