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154 Chester County Life CHESTERCOUNTY-LIFE.COM E D U C AT I N G T H E W H O L E C H I L D viding extensive emotional support to stu- dents. Such schools embody administrators teachers and counselors with the critically necessary independence freedom and re- sources for teaching students not only how to be academically complete but also to be all-embracing emotionally morally intel- lectually and spiritually. Teachers admin- istrators counselors and coaches in these schools are exceptionally caring sincere professionals who take a personal interest in the development and success of each stu- dent. Caring supporting experts educate by accommodating individual learning differ- ences while coupling the necessary skills knowledge and experiences for a persons success in college career and life. Students educated in emotionally supportive environ- ments become highly motivated inspired confident and perform and achieve at a high level because they feel trusted val- ued and part of their school and the greater community. SPIRITUALLY Spirituality of the student is not ignored the least bit by schools operating in the upper right section of Exhibit A. Today spiritual- ity is too easily ignored swept under the carpet in some educational environments. But spiritually is the soul and fuel of whole and Leaders of a Better World EMPOWERING CHANGEMAKERS PK-12 Independent Quaker College-Prep STEAM Day Lower School at Westtown School Sunday April 24th Free admission for 2nd - 5th graders www.westtown.edu communityevents At Westtown we place action at the center of each students experience on our 600 acre campus. SALESIANUM SCHOOL FR. J. CHRISTIAN BERETTA OSFS SALESIANUM PRINCIPAL Salesianum means many things to many people. To some it is a tradition of excellence in education and the academic athletic artistic and leadership opportunities our students have enjoyed since 1903. To others it is a brotherhood the unique experience of community that begins during high school but continues long after. A Salesian Gentleman is called to be a man of humble faith gentle strength and persistent charity not for himself but for others and for the world. His training for a meaningful life certainly begins at home and it continues in the day-to-day life of a unique Salesianum education. Whether in the chemistry lab on the stage in the library studying at home or doing service in the community the success of a Salesianum education is measured not in what our students do but in how they are called to do it. And through the education and development of the whole person mind body and spirit we measure that success one student at a time. Salesianum.org