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Character Education

Overview: Character Education Impacts Academics and Transforms Behavior
Character Education fosters and fortifies core values that successfully achieve the following objectives:

Character Education is not a curriculum. It is a transformed mindset, a continuous refreshing and renewing of the mind that channels dispositions and behaviors that edify.

Chancellor Glen D. Johnson, An Advocate for Character Education

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National Schools of Character
2015: Pryor High School   
2014: Hilldale Middle School and Sadler Arts Academy
2013: Muskogee’s Rougher Alternative Academy   
2011: Muskogee High School  

State Schools of Character
2015: Pryor High School
2014: Hilldale Middle School and Sadler Arts Academy

Additional Character Education resources can be found by visiting the Information for K-12 Teachers and Staff page (under Other Helpful Information).