The fundamental belief that there is "good" in each person forms the basis for the values Friends embrace: Simplicity, Peace, Integrity, Community, Equality and Service. These values infuse curriculum in every grade and subject, and explicit instruction in their meaning and application occurs in Quakerism and Guidance classes.
Simplicity: Friends aim to exercise moderation where material possessions and use of Earth’s resources are concerned.
Peace: Quakers seek to eliminate conflicts that lead to violence and war.
Integrity: Friends are expected to be truthful in all interactions.
Community: Respect for every individual compels Friends to foster open, mutually caring and enriching relationships.
Equality: Friends believe that all people are created equal, regardless of race, gender, faith, age or class.
Service: Quakers practice their faith through active engagement to affect positive change in the world.