Culture is the magic ingredient that makes Vega team members and Learners want to come to school, be their best selves and be able to perform at their best. We work hard to build an inspiring ecosystem to ensure highly-motivated individuals at school and take pride in our work culture which finally permeates to the learners.
The Vega culture promotes continuous learning for all, and values input and contributions from the entire learning community, including ancillary staff. A collaborative and distributive leadership model means that responsibility is distributed between and among staff members in a non-hierarchical manner. To promote this philosophy and practice, offices for the Vega team do not exist. Rather, team members are encouraged to utilize whatever space best fits their needs at any particular time.
Team meetings are organized using a Project Based Learning and inquiry approach, in order to model and reinforce PBL behaviors, strategies, and techniques that can be used with Learners. Learning Leaders discover new ways to think about teaching and learning because there is a freedom to express, challenge and debate. A supportive culture means that faculty, staff and learners are encouraged to innovate and try new things, free from fear of failure.