This recognition is offered all four quarters. Students who receive all A's with no more than one B, and no "unsatisfactory" marks in the non-academic categories of citizenship, homework or work habits, will receive this recognition.
This recognition is offered all four quarters. Students who earn only "excellent" and "good" marks on the non-academic categories of citizenship, homework and work habits, will receive this recognition.
This recognition is offered after 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarters only. Each homeroom teacher will identify one or two students who exemplify one of the focus IB Learner Profiles for that quarter. Teachers will be encouraged to engage students in a dialogue around defining each trait. Students may give input to the teacher through a secret ballot to help identify those they believe that demonstrate these identified qualities. Teachers have the final say as to who will be chosen. Once the student is identified, the teacher will recognize the student in front of the class and share examples of why the student represents that learner profile. The goal of this program is to provide an opportunity to further educate all stakeholders about IB Learner Profiles.
Borel Pride Tickets are awarded to students who are seen doing something positive. Some examples of behaviors that might earn students a Pride Ticket include helping out a troubled classmate, returning a lost item to the office, or helping keep Borel clean. Pride cards will be mailed home to let parents know that their child has been recognized for following the Borel Covenant. Weekly prizes are given to students who receive a Pride Ticket.