Leader in Me

A Whole-School

Improvement Model

Battery Creek High School is proud to be participating this year in the Leader in Me (LiM) program, an evidence-based, comprehensive school improvement model—developed in partnership with educators—that empowers students with the leadership and life-skills they need to thrive in the 21st century. Every Tuesday and Thursday during advisory our staff and faculty go through lessons with their classes focusing on developing the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People:


Leader in Me schools seek improvements in three areas – leadership, culture, and academics – and have access to the Measurable Results Assessment (MRA) to help them measure performance in these areas.

The MRA is a rigorously developed tool used to annually collect, analyze, and report student-, staff-, and school-level outcomes related to the focus on improving leadership, culture, and academics. It can be used to help a school identify its strengths and weaknesses, develop improvement plans, and monitor progress. For more information please contact AP Denise Lessard (843-322-5555) or visit the website (leaderinme.org).