Finding a school that instills virtues in our children’s lives is one of the factors that are looked upon when enrolling them in any school. Good morals and values are as important as gaining an excellent education. Good values shape a child into a better adult who will be able to change the society in the near future positively. Gratitude is also important in our lives it makes us able to show appreciation to the people who have done us well. Every person is born with the quality of gratitude, and it helps people live peacefully in the community. At Rocketship United Academy, gratitude is a quality the whole organization aspires to bring out. The school believes in creating harmony in the community by living virtuous lives.
The school recognizes several fundamental values such as empathy, respect, persistence, and responsibility. Rocketship Education is dedicated to bringing up morally upright kids to the society. Other values necessary in a person’s life are bravery, service and much more. Parents are also encouraged to continue the great work when kids are back at home. While in school the teachers and staff are responsible for the children hence creating an environment that enables the kids to see good in the society. As we all know children are good at imitating than listening and this is why at Rocketship every teacher, leader, as well as the staff, are supposed to bring out the essential values in action.
Rocketship Education is a non-profit organization that aims at proving an excellent education to the children in the community. The school, teachers, parents, and the community as a whole have come together to help other kids who are from poor backgrounds. The school has a particular unit that assists kids with special needs to also acquire a quality education like the rest of the children. Rocketship school encourages interaction of the special children with the regular kids to instill empathy in their lives. It also helps the children to live together as one and accept each other the way they are. Rocketship also involves parents in activities such as interviewing new teachers who aspire to join the school.