In a Choice Theory School...
- Relationships are based on trust and respect, and all discipline problems, not incidents, have been eliminated.
- Total Learning Competency is stressed, and an evaluation that is below competence or what is now a "B" has been eliminated. All schooling as defined by Dr. William Glasser has been replaced by useful education.
- All students do Quality Work each year that is significantly beyond competence. All such work receives an "A" grade or higher, such as an "A+".
- Students and staff are taught to use Choice Theory in their lives and in their work at school.
- Students do better on state proficiency tests and college entrance examinations. The importance of these tests is emphasized in the school.
- Staff, students, parents and administrators view the school as a joyful place.