Student Life

Character Education

Positive Traits Modeled, Reinforced, and Rewarded

Mason Prep students are steeped in a culture where positive character traits are modeled, reinforced, and rewarded. Although externally-oriented traits, such as shaking hands and thanking others, are important at Mason Prep, the development of our students’ inner character matters the most at our school. For example, learning to say “Thank you” is important, but teaching our students about the true meaning of gratitude will have a longer-lasting impact.

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  • Knight of the Day

    Each day, we recognize a student for doing something kind.
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  • Pen Pals

    One of the most special programs at Mason Prep is our pen pal program.
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  • Service Learning Projects

    Every grade at Mason Prep completes a Service Learning Project over the school year.
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  • Castles

    Each student at Mason Prep belongs to one of four castles - Halsey, Hawk, Mason, or Starr.
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  • Morning Meetings

    Every couple of weeks, students gather at a morning meeting.
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  • Guidance

    Mason Prep’s school counselor offers individual, small group, and classroom guidance.
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Erik Kreutner, Head of School

Mason Prep’s curriculum leaves our students exceptionally well-prepared to move on to high school, but our thoughtful and intentional character education program is at least equally important in helping our school to create the difference makers of tomorrow.
Mason Preparatory School is committed to the education of the whole child in preparation for secondary education through the cultivation of respect, integrity, and personal responsibility within a nurturing environment that results in a productive citizen of a global community.