The Mission And Vision

“High performance should represent so much more than just earning straight-A’s and winning championship banners. We believe it’s about the healthy pursuit of bigger goals—deeper goals—where, as educators, we co-create a culture that fosters positive life-changing experiences which develop a student’s fullest potential.”
—Jason Dorland and Robyn Meagher

MISSION:

We inspire the best from students, educators and coaches: we help schools develop, adapt and incorporate a holistic competitive philosophy that supports the health and well-being of everyone involved.

VISION:

To help facilitate a healthy competitive culture that is student-centric at its core.

To help develop exceptional young individuals through the positive and transformative life experiences that healthy competition can provide. 

To help create safe, respectful and loving environments within schools that attracts more boys and girls to engage in the many opportunities that exist within healthy competition—whether it’s academics, fine arts or sport.

 

A Healthy High Performance School ™ has gone through an extensive process of evaluation, intensive interactive workshops and one-on-one coaching that supports the growth and development of their staff.

It assures parents that schools with this certification take seriously the power and influence that educators and coaches have, and the life-long impact of competition on our young children. A Healthy High Performance School ™ recognizes and utilizes competition as a vehicle within the school, whereby young students develop the skills, tools, and attitudes required for a happy, healthy and fulfilling life. Their academic, fine art and athletic programs focus on personal and team development using a holistic approach which not only first and foremost promotes the health and well-being of the student but also supports measurable high-performance results.

 

MAJOR THEMES:

High Performance: offering a clear understanding of what high performance is and is not, which in turn creates more possibilities for learning and success.

Success: understanding that achieving success is not an endgame but, instead a moment in time where we improve.

Failure: utilizing adversity as an opportunity for personal growth.

Process: creating strategies that support student and team development.

Motivation: understanding the significance of what fuels goals and dreams as they relate to a life of chasing versus a life focused on a journey-centric approach.

Transition: ensuring students are set up for the realities of life after their competitive careers are over.

Educator/coach and Student Interaction: how compassionate communication supports student development and high performance.

Grit and Resilience: inspiring grit through love and empowerment rather than compliance.

Empathy: always considering the life-long journey of the student.

Personal Boundaries: appreciating that respect and trust are earned, and ultimately build the foundation of the all-important relationship between students and their educators and coaches. 

Mental and Emotional Health: developing mindful practices and strategies that ensure the healthy evolution of young students.

Legacy: understanding and embracing the responsibility and privilege of working with youth.

 

To find out more information on the Healthy High Performance School™ contact us today!