A James River graduate demonstrates:
grade-level or above academic achievement.
strong reading, writing, mathematical, and problem-solving skills.
an understanding of how scientists study the world and how historians study the past.
familiarity with a second language.
an appreciation for the fine and performing arts.
the ability to do an effective oral presentation.
strong study skills.
behavior that is trustworthy, honest, caring, responsible, respectful, and fair.
the ability to work in a group, to be a contributing member of a team.
familiarity with the use of technology for research, communication, and presentation.
an understanding of the importance of lifelong fitness.
the self-discipline and self-confidence that results from participating on an athletic team, in a musical group, or in a dramatic production.
the leadership qualities of initiative, perseverance, tolerance, and integrity.
dedication to being good stewards of the environment.
the ability to see and appreciate multiple viewpoints, cultures, styles, and opinions.
dedication to connecting and contributing to both local and global communities.