Basic Skills:
1. Read, write, and compute
2. Acquire information and meaning through observing, listening, reading and experiencing
3. Process information through intellectual and technological means
4. Solve Problems by applying basic principles and processes of the sciences, arts, and humanities
5. Communicates ideas through written and spoken language, mathematical symbols, and aesthetic expression

Life Long Learning:
1. Seek value learning experiences
2. Act as self-reliant learners
3. Based actions on a knowledge that it is necessary to learn throughout life

Understanding and Relating To Others:
1. Act on the belief that each individual is worthwhile
2. Based on actions on the recognition that people differ in their values, behaviors, and lifestyles.
3. Interact and feel comfortable with others who are different in race, religion,status,or personal attributes
4. Develop a sense of responsibility toward others

Self Concept Development:
1. Perceive themselves in a positive way
2. Appreciate their own abilities and limitations
3. Set and work toward personal goals
4. Assess praise and criticism realistically
5. Present themselves with confidence

Positive Life Style:
1. Practice appropriate hygiene, engage in sufficient physical activity, and maintained nutritionally balanced diet
2. Avoid harmful use of alcohol and other drugs
3. Cultivate interests that may be the basis for personal development and leisure pursuits.
4. Recognize the importance of product of activity
5. Display initiative and pursue tasks diligently
6. Maintain a safe and healthy community
7. Respect and seek to enhance the environment
8. Appreciate beauty in its natural and constructed form
9. Express themselves creatively

Spiritual Development:
1. Seek an understanding of the purpose and worth of human existence
2. Develop a knowledge of God
3. Respect family, religion, and culture in a pluralistic society

Career and Consumer Decisions:
1. Develop an awareness of career opportunities
2. Developed interests and abilities in relation to vocational expectations
3. Adapts to shifts in employment patterns and technology
4. Making informed consumer decisions

Membership In Society:
1. Assume responsibility for their own actions
2. Work with others to achieve individual and group goals
3. Participate in the democratic process of government and perform the duties of citizenship.
4. Respect the rights and property of others
5. Act with honesty, integrity, compassion, and fairness
6. Development a sense of national pride and acknowledge the need for international understanding
7. Work towards greater social justice
8. Assume responsibility for dependent persons in a manner consistent with their needs
9. Respect law and authority
10. Exercise the right dissent responsibly

Growing With Change:
1. Work toward immediate and long term goals
2. Base actions on an understanding that change is a natural process in society
3. Select workable alternatives in response to changing conditions
4. Developed confidence in making decisions that involve risk.