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Class of 2020 Summer Trip

The Center for Servant Leadership and Civic Engagement is pleased to announce an incredible summer trip for students in the Class of 2020!  Students and Faculty will travel to Land O’Lakes, WI to navigate the Boundary Waters, build leadership skills, and grow as a school community dedicated to helping others.  The trip will take place from Sunday, June 25th to Saturday, July 1st.  Please click here for more information about the trip and the application process.

Questions about the Servant Leadership Program?
Michael Greuel x385
Social Sciences/History Teacher
The Center for Servant Leadership and Civic Engagement

Established in 2016, the servant leadership initiative is a collaboration between the EveryDayGood Foundation and St. Thomas More High School. Realizing that students have a greater purpose in this world than just showing up to school and sitting in class, STM is initiating a movement within every area of the school – academics, athletics, and all extracurriculars – to inspire a culture of true servant leadership.

At the core of the servant leadership initiative is a character-based curriculum guided through some central servant leadership themes. The key themes – Humility, Wisdom, Belief, Honor, Reflection, Shared Life, Movement, and Opportunity – provide direction for the program and the cultural shift at STM to help all students discover their purpose, passion, and perspective and become genuine servant leaders in Christ’s image.

Implementation will begin with the Fall 2016 freshman class and will grow over the next four years. Students will engage in a servant leadership boot camp, freshman seminar, servant leadership retreats, and civic engagement through service opportunities both locally and internationally.

 

Objectives of the Servant Leadership Program:

  • To empower students, faculty, and staff to understand, own, and live out their unique calling to serve others
  • To teach students, faculty, and staff to effectively lead and inspire others to work to improve their community
  • To provide students, faculty, and staff with both local and global service opportunities, helping them put their own lives in perspective
  • To create a school culture of servant leadership that emphasizes the importance of community involvement

 

The comprehensive, interactive approach will engage the entire St. Thomas More Community

 

 

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St. Thomas More High School
2601 East Morgan Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207

Phone: (414) 481-8370
Fax: (414) 481-3382
Email: cavaliers@tmore.org

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