In 2011, Lindbergh High School was honored to earn the prestigious National School of Character (NSOC) recognition from the Character Education Partnership. Schools earning this distinction go through a rigorous evaluation process to prove that character development has had a positive impact on academics, student behavior, and school climate.
In 2010 Lindbergh High School was recognized as a Missouri School of character following an extensive application process followed by a visit from educators on the board of the Missouri School of Character Program. Visitors have an opportunity to meet and talk with members of the Board, staff, students, parents, and community members. They also observe classrooms, meetings and extra-curricular activities throughout the school. Their glowing reports on Lindbergh's Character Education Program and the outstanding applications submitted by our school reflects the outstanding results possible when schools, their families, and community have a commitment to graduate citizens of character.
After recognition as a Missouri School of Character schools and districts may further apply to be named as one of only 10 Schools of Character chosen annually. The National Character Education Partnership sends visitors from the CEP Selection Panel in the spring each year to Missouri Schools of CharacterCheck out our application and sample lesson plan below.