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Vision of a Bishop Brady Graduate at Graduation

Students at Bishop Brady are immersed in a community that cultivates individual growth in learning, faith and service. This growth starts in an environment that nurtures talents and supports struggle. Growth is also shown in each Brady student's pursuit of excellence in the classroom, on the athletic field, and in his or her faith and family.

The vision of the Bishop Brady Graduate at Graduation states the specific skills and habits of mind our community fosters in our students. These are not skills to measure but rather habits and virtues that students will deepen throughout their lives. Upon graduation, therefore, the young men and women receiving diplomas from Bishop Brady High School will have demonstrated personal growth through Engagement in Learning, Deepening Faith, and Commitment to Service.

Engagement in learning

A Bishop Brady graduate will experience growth in his or her learning and will be able to:

  • carefully observe, critically question, intelligently explore and respectfully accept a variety of possibilities
  • analyze and synthesize information and draw meaningful conclusions from various sources
  • communicate effectively through written, oral, technological, and collaborative means
  • be an active, informed and influential citizen
  • demonstrate initiative, adaptability and moral fortitude in the technology driven future
  • be creative, curious and imaginative
  • develop the initiative to seek new challenges, even those that may involve risk or failure

Deepening faith

A Bishop Brady graduate will experience growth in his or her faith and will be able to:

  • integrate Gospel values into the decision making process
  • respect the rich ritual traditions of the Catholic religion
  • recognize his or her religious faith as a lifelong journey
  • celebrate the diversity found in other religions
  • recognize that everyone is made in the image and likeness of God
  • develop a habit of reflection on experiences
  • show a growth in maturity and a willingness to take responsibility for his or her own actions

Commitment to service

A Bishop Brady graduate will experience growth in his or her service to others and will be able to:

  • identify the many needs of local and wider communities
  • live as a person in service to others
  • engage in social justice issues and the pressing needs of society through acts of charity and justice
  • reflect on the communal nature of humans and the broader demands of community building
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