Detailed Student Readiness Outcomes (CCCR)

The characteristics below are intended to provide specific examples of what students should know or be able to do within each of the Student Readiness Outcomes.


Students will:

  • Demonstrate sufficient command of the knowledge and skills associated with college and career readiness as outlined in the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy, and measured by the related K-12 assessments.



Students will:

  • Possess both intellectual and practical skills, partake in meaningful, active learning that is integrative and applied, and engage in discovery, critical thinking, and problem solving.
  • Be complex thinkers who comprehend, critique, value evidence, attend to precision, use tools strategically, reason abstractly and quantitatively, make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
  • Be self-directed learners who demonstrate independence, take responsibility for learning and actions, engage in goal-setting and planning, and produce quality work.
  • Be effective communicators who work productively in teams and independently, construct viable arguments, and logically critique the reasoning of others.
  • Respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and disciplineManage time efficiently and effectively.
  • Look for and make use of structure, model with mathematics, and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
  • Exhibit positive work habits and attitude.
  • Use technology strategically, ethically, and capably



Students will:

  • Know how to make successful transitions from school to work and back again
  • Know how to reconcile conflicting responsibilities to home/family and work/postsecondary education
  • Know how to communicate effectively with stakeholders from various backgrounds
  • Know how to create a financial plan and be financially literate
  • Know how to write a resume, apply for school and jobs, register for classes, and apply for financial aid



Students will:

  • Be socially responsible and embrace a commitment to aloha, pono, diversity, fairness, equity, and excellence
  • Maintain caring relationships, and value community, family, and ‘āina
  • Strive to cultivate an understanding of diverse perspectives, cultures, and the physical world
  • Integrate the concepts of malama‘āina and sustainability into daily life and activities
  • Be community contributors who are collaborative, respectful, ethical decision-makers
  • Make healthy life choices that promote wellness and well-being
  • Be respectful to our island home including its native language, culture and history