Character Education

Talks and seminars specially developed to equip and inspire teachers and student leaders in improving school culture, leadership, teaching skills, and character formation.
Trainings that enhance the work life, covering topics on productivity, professionalism, and communication.

School Accreditation

The Schools of Character program is an opportunity to receive feedback and global recognition for growth and excellence in the area of character development. Through this program, schools also gain insights and guidance in providing high-quality character education.

International Conference

Plenary talks, headlined by distinguished speakers, for parents, educators, and those who play a role in the character development of others.
The speakers we invite are esteemed subject matter experts such as Jason Evert, Thomas Lickona, and Dr. Michele Borba.


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“Self-absorption in all its forms kills empathy, let alone compassion. When we focus on ourselves, our world contracts as our problems and preoccupations loom large. But when we focus on others, our world expands.” ― Michele Borba, UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World

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Educating for Character

Educating for Character

Five steps to boost children’s character and moral intelligence

The teacher read Alfred’s misbehavior report and shook her head. It was his third playground citation this week and like the others it was about his derogatory, disrespectful comments.

“I’ll try,” he responded sadly. “The problem is I just that I don’t know what ‘respectfully’ means.”

“Alfred you can’t keep saying negative things to people,” she explained. “You’ve got to start acting more respectfully.”

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“All of us, young and old, need to be reminded that our attitude is something we choose. “Most people,” Abraham Lincoln said, “are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.”

Thomas Lickona Author, Developmental Psychologist and Professor

You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth.

Kahlil Gibran Writer, Poet, and Visual artist

“What would you like your greatest legacy to be for your child? What will you do to ensure that your child attains that legacy? Write a letter to yourself describing your hopes and dreams for your child---the legacy you would like to leave. Reread your letter often.”

Michele Borba No More Misbehavin': 38 Difficult Behaviors and How to Stop Them
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