COURAGE FOR THE DEED;
GRACE FOR THE DOING
We inspire and prepare each of our students to live a life of purpose: to grow intellectually, act compassionately, and lead courageously.

Shipley Has A Plan

Goals

Vision 20/26 - Inspiring Lives of Purpose

List of 4 items.

  • PREAMBLE

    Since 1894, Shipley has been dedicated to educational excellence, love of learning, and compassionate participation in the world. Our graduates leave Shipley uniquely prepared for college and for life.
     
    Great institutions challenge themselves to look inward and outward to assess the ongoing relevance of and commitment to their mission as stated, and to ask the question – what is our purpose and how can we best fulfill that purpose today and into the future?
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  • GOAL 1: EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE

    Enrich our program to further strengthen each of our students’ ability to engage and lead in an increasingly complex and interconnected world.
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  • GOAL 2: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

    Cultivate a vibrant culture of constituent pride, engagement, and celebration of and commitment to Shipley.
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  • GOAL 3: INSTITUTIONAL STEWARDSHIP

    Advance processes and allocate resources essential to achieving our strategic initiatives.
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The Plan


Mission

The Shipley School, a Pre-Kindergarten through 12 coeducational day school, is committed to educational excellence and dedicated to developing in each student a love of learning and a compassionate participation in the world. Through a strong college preparatory curriculum in the humanities and sciences, the school encourages curiosity, creativity, and respect for intellectual effort. Shipley upholds and promotes moral integrity, a sense of personal achievement and worth, and concern for others at school and in the larger community.

Committee

Many thanks to the members of the Strategic Planning Committee.

Lisa Schoenberg, Chair
Karlene Burrell-McRae
Wendy Eiteljorg ’86
Shane Kinsella
Susan Manix
Andy Mozenter
Steven Piltch
Adam Spector ’86
Adam Wojtelwicz
Brooksley Wylie