Ethical Education in the Upper School
We prepare our graduates to depart Rowland Hall as good people, fueled by passion, guided by values, and dedicated to making the world a better place.
Upper schoolers are expected to behave with self-discipline, drive, and grit, as well as consistently live the principles of fairness, empathy, integrity, and altruism. Recognition of good character occurs daily at school, whether celebrating students' acts of kindness, engaging with guest speakers, or talking about the values we embrace as a community.
Rowland Hall strives to graduate good citizens, not just students well-prepared for college. Concepts such as character, service, ethics, and community matter here. From the earliest grades through senior year, we stress the need to lead by example and have a positive influence on the lives of others.