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High level of integrity and ethical action; Works for the good of community; Empathetic, compassionate, and open-minded; Accepts responsibility for self
Effective listener, speaker and writer; Strong social and interpersonal skills; Works as a leader and contributor in academic and social settings
Possesses a diverse and informed world perspective; Effectively communicates in at least two world languages; Embraces individual and cultural diversity, and seeks multicultural interactions
Proficient in multiple literacies; Thinks and produces creatively; Applies original solutions to problems or challenges; Analyzes and evaluates information sources
Understands needs as a learner; Persists when faced with adversity; Sets personal learning goals; Values continuous learning and seeks opportunities for growth
Maintains a healthy, balanced lifestyle through informed decisions; Adapts to new and challenging situations; Commits to physical, social, and emotional well-being
Edina High School senior Eliza Neumann traveled to Morocco to combat inequities in science education as an extension of her Global Scholars capstone project. She raised nearly $1500 to develop an educational garden and purchase lab equipment for Sidi ou Sidi Lycee, a school in Taroudant, Morocco.
Edina High School senior Ilhan Elmi is a QuestBridge Finalist, advancing her to a lucrative scholarship opportunity. Finalists rank their prospective colleges from a list of highly competitive colleges and universities in the country. If a college chooses to admit (or match) the Finalist, the student receives the Match Scholarship, a full four-year scholarship worth over $200,000.
Two Edina High School student-run publications have been recognized for their outstanding work. Zephyrus, the EHS student newspaper, and Whigrean, the EHS yearbook, received All State publications awards from the Journalism Educators of Minnesota. In addition, the Minnesota High School Press Association announced the 2022 Gold Medallion Winners for student journalism. These awards recognize the 2021-22 academic year’s top individual journalism work.
Bethel University honored Dr. Stacie Stanley as the CAPS/GS Alumna of the Year for her accomplishments and commitment to students. Since Stanley’s tenure as superintendent, she has launched several initiatives to promote engagement among students, staff, families, and the greater Edina community.