Expected Schoolwide Learning Outcomes


At Crestview International School, our commitment is to cultivate well-rounded individuals who not only excel academically but also thrive physically and exemplify exceptional character. We recognize the importance of a holistic education that nurtures students’ intellectual, physical, and emotional development, enabling them to reach their full potential and make a lasting impact on the world around them. Our Expected Student Learning Outcomes (ESLO) serve as the guiding principles and foundation for this comprehensive approach to student growth.

By embracing our ESLO, Crestview International School students embark on a transformative educational journey that empowers them to discover their unique strengths and abilities, embrace wellness, and inspire greatness in themselves and others. These outcomes provide a clear roadmap for achieving academic success, personal well-being, and outstanding character, equipping our students with the essential skills and knowledge they need to thrive in an ever-changing global landscape.

At Crestview International School, we empower you to grow your mind by thinking smart, working well with others, learning about the world, and appreciating the uniqueness of every individual.

I CAN Nurture My Mind

1-A. I CAN think smart, solve problems, and be creative while I learn new things.

This means you can use your brain to think of new ideas, find solutions to challenges, and come up with imaginative ways to approach your learning. For example, when you’re working on a puzzle or solving math problems, you can try different strategies to complete them, or when drawing a picture, you can create your own story using your imagination.

1-B. I CAN talk and work well with others, making friends and helping each other.

This means you can communicate effectively and collaborate with your peers, building friendships and supporting one another in reaching your goals. For example, when working on a group project, you can share your ideas and listen to others, or during a class discussion, you can ask questions and offer help to your classmates.

1-C. I CAN learn about the big world and why we should work together to solve problems.

This means you can understand the importance of global cooperation and learn how countries and people from different backgrounds can work together to address shared challenges. For example, learning about the importance of recycling and how different countries collaborate to protect our planet or discovering how people from various cultures come together to solve world hunger.

1-D. I CAN like my own culture, be nice to people from different cultures, and understand that everyone is special.

This means you can appreciate your own cultural background, respect the differences in others, and recognize the unique qualities of every individual. For example, celebrating your own family traditions while also learning about and appreciating the customs of your friends from other cultures or participating in school events that showcase diverse cultures and traditions.

ESLO No. 1

Discover Excellence (Mind)

At Crestview International School, we emphasize the importance of intellectual growth and academic excellence. In this category, students are guided to develop essential cognitive skills that will empower them to excel in various academic disciplines and adapt to a rapidly changing world. We encourage students to embrace challenges, think critically, and collaborate effectively to achieve their academic goals and broaden their horizons.

Crestview International School students are expected to:

  1. Develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity across all academic disciplines, establishing a foundation for intellectual success.
  2. Cultivate effective communication and collaboration skills, enhancing their ability to navigate diverse social and professional environments.
  3. Foster a global mindset, understanding the interconnectedness of the world and the importance of international cooperation in addressing global challenges.
  4. Appreciate their own culture, respect other cultures, and recognize the inherent value of every individual, contributing to cultural awareness and sensitivity.
At Crestview International School, we support you in nurturing your body and well-being through physical activities, self-care, and responsible choices that positively impact the world.

I CAN Take Care of My Body and Well-being

2-A. I CAN play and exercise to keep my body healthy and strong.

This means you can participate in physical activities that help you maintain a healthy lifestyle, building strength and endurance. For example, joining a sports team, playing games during recess, participating in dance classes, or going for family bike rides.

2-B. I CAN learn how to relax, manage my time, and take care of myself.

This means you can develop strategies for managing stress, organizing your day, and ensuring your mental well-being. For example, practicing deep breathing exercises or meditation when you feel stressed, creating a daily schedule to help manage your time effectively, or taking breaks to engage in a hobby you enjoy.

2-C. I CAN understand how my actions affect the world and do things that help the Earth.

This means you can learn about the impact of your choices on the environment and take part in sustainable practices that promote a healthier planet. For example, participating in a school recycling program, planting a tree with your family, conserving water by turning off the tap while brushing your teeth, or using a reusable water bottle.

2-D. I CAN use technology safely and take breaks for my body, mind, and feelings.

This means you can balance your use of technology with time for physical, emotional, and mental self-care, ensuring overall well-being. For example, limiting screen time and taking breaks to play outside or engage in a non-digital activity like reading, drawing, or spending time with family and friends.

ESLO No. 2

Embrace Wellness (Body)

Recognizing the significance of physical, emotional, and mental well-being, Crestview International School encourages students to embrace a healthy and balanced lifestyle. In this category, students are provided with tools and opportunities to develop self-care strategies, manage stress, and engage in regular physical activity. We also promote environmental awareness and digital well-being, ensuring that students maintain a holistic approach to wellness that supports their overall growth and success.

Crestview International School students are expected to:

  1. Engage in regular physical activity, maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
  2. Develop stress management, time management, and self-care strategies, ensuring mental well-being.
  3. Understand the impact of their actions on the environment and society, actively participating in sustainable practices for a healthier world.
  4. Practice digital well-being, balancing technology use with physical, emotional, and mental health.
At Crestview International School, we support you in achieving greatness by cultivating leadership, empathy, and creativity to create a brighter future for everyone.

I CAN Be a Good Person

3-A. I CAN be a leader, make good choices, and help make my community better.

This means you can develop leadership skills, take responsibility for your actions, and contribute positively to your community. For example, volunteering to lead a class project, helping clean up your local park, organizing a food drive, or starting a club to support a cause you care about.

3-B. I CAN be kind, respectful, and understand how others feel, making our school a happy place.

This means you can show empathy, treat others with respect, and create a welcoming and compassionate school environment. For example, offering to help a classmate who is struggling or listening to a friend who is upset, inviting a new student to join your group during recess, or being supportive of your classmates’ ideas and opinions during discussions.

3-C. I CAN be brave, creative, and try new things in school and during playtime.

This means you can take initiative, explore new ideas, and challenge yourself in both academic and extracurricular activities, preparing for future success. For example, participating in a school play or talent show, trying a new hobby like painting, playing an instrument, or joining a club that interests you, such as robotics or gardening.

2-D. I CAN be a good world citizen by helping in my community and making a positive impact globally.

This means you can embody responsible global citizenship, actively engaging in local and global initiatives that contribute to a better, more equitable future. For example, participating in a charity event to raise funds for people in need, joining a school project that focuses on global issues like climate change or poverty, or learning about other countries and cultures to broaden your understanding of the world.

ESLO No. 3

Inspire Greatness (Character)

Crestview International School is committed to fostering the development of strong character traits and instilling values that inspire greatness in our students. This category focuses on nurturing leadership skills, personal responsibility, empathy, and respect. We encourage students to demonstrate initiative and creativity in both academic and extracurricular pursuits while actively engaging in local and global initiatives that contribute to a better, more equitable future. By cultivating a compassionate and inclusive learning environment, we aim to shape a generation of responsible and empathetic leaders.

  1. Cultivate leadership skills and personal responsibility, driving positive change in their communities.
  2. Demonstrate empathy, respect, and understanding, contributing to an inclusive and compassionate school environment.
  3. Show initiative, creativity, and innovation in academic and extracurricular pursuits, preparing for future success in a constantly evolving world.
  4. Embody responsible global citizenship, actively engaging in local and global initiatives that contribute to a better, more equitable future.