The Campus School of Carlow University focuses on character formation and intellectual preparation by weaving experiences into the school day that are related to our mission and philosophy. These values are strengthened by incorporating the Six Pillars of Character in the Good Character Counts Program.
Trustworthiness: A person of character is trustworthy, lives with integrity, is honest, reliable, and loyal.
Respect: A person of character values all persons, lives by the Golden Rule, respects the dignity, privacy, and freedom of others, is courteous and polite to all, and is tolerant and accepting of differences.
Responsibility: A person of character meets the demands of duty, is accountable, pursues excellence, and exercises self control.
Fairness: A person of character is fair and just, is impartial, listens, and is open to differing points of view.
Caring: A person of character is caring, compassionate, kind, loving, considerate, and charitable.
Citizenship: A person of character is a good citizen, does his or her share, helps with the community, plays by the rules, and respects authority and law.