How does your school show character?
Send us your video links, songs and pictures so that we may inspire others. Submit your entries below.
Elementary Grade Videos
American School of Brasilia
Thanks to Guillermo Carneiro and the second grade students for putting together this wonderful video rap about the importance of character! — Brasilia, Brazil
Boys & Girl Club of Martin County, FL
This video comes from a previous Character Counts video contest entry and features the Six Pillar animals in a rap song about compassion and character.
Stinson Elementary School
Former contest entry from Stinson Elementary about how caring about others can empower students to make a difference within their community! — Richardson, TX
Valmeyer Elementary Students
Student assembly where the students recite verses to help them remember each of the Six Pillars of Character. — Valmeyer, IL
Middle School Grade Videos
Los Tules Middle School
A student video content entry from Tulare County School Distrcit on the pillar of Repect. — Tulare, CA
Alburnett Junior-Senior HS
This video comes from a previous Character Counts video contest entry about the pillar of Respect. — Alburnett, IA
High School Grade Videos
St. Genevieve High School
“What being a citizen means to us.” Produced by Liza Gatuslao, John Bernal and Wesley Bates. Students of St. Genevieve High School — Los Angeles, California
Capistrano Valley Drama Department
CVHS Drama Department developed and produced this video about Trustworthiness. Thank you to the students and staff for this situational piece about student life and the choices we make and the repercussions! — San Juan Capistrano, CA
Citizenship Contest Entry
Another contest entry from a High School student about what Citizenship means.
California School for the Deaf student shares what it is like to be deaf (no audio) and how showing a caring hand for a student in need is a great way to show character. — Riverside, CA
Trust Character Counts
Former contest entry from a High School student about what Trustworthiness means.
Former Character Counts contest entry focused upon the pillar of Respect.