Mission: To develop positive character traits in young people by providing a high quality character education process and resources to schools, homes, and communities.
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Busch Middle School
Watch this video of students from Busch Middle School in the city of St. Louis to see what they’re doing at 6:30 a.m. at the start of their day. Why is it so quiet that you could hear a pin drop? CharacterPlus® has been working closely to help teachers and staff create a caring school community where students feel valued and can succeed. Of the 338 students, 84% come from low income households as defined by free or reduced lunch rates and one quarter come from families where English is not the first language.
CharacterPlus® Consulting On site. On target.
CharacterPlus is the force that helped turn Missouri into the leader in National Schools of Character. Our proven process, depth of knowledge and ability to pinpoint solutions accelerates school climate transformation and academic growth. Our experts comes on site to help you move forward and take your program deeper. Contact
Diane Stirling or 314-692-1222
20th CharacterPlus National Conference
The 20th CharacterPlus National Conference will take place June 17-18 at the St. Charles Convention Center with pre-conference workshops on June 16. Conference registration will open January 3. To view a brief video with testimonials from some of last year's participants, click here.
Friends of CHARACTERplus® Fall Social
The Friends of CHARACTERplus is holding it's 9th annual Fall Social. The event will take place on November 22.We are hosting a wine pull at the event for only $25 per pull.
National Schools of Character
take the stage at America's Center on Nov. 21
Principals and leaders from nine National Schools of Character will share the vision, strategies and outcomes that transformed their culture and increased academic performance. This annual event gained the attention of the National Council of Social Studies and is included as a preconference clinic in their 93rd conference on Thursday, November 21.