10th-12th graders kick off the school year with a wide variety of learning activities that build classroom community and habits of ‘doing school’ to achieve personal and group goals. Classmates begin by learning about each other and growing a sense of belonging in their school. Learners connect with each other, school resources, and even find connections between school rules and their own values. After creating shared agreements to keep their class safe and productive, high schoolers consider their individual goals for the next year(s) of high school. Learners consider how to advance these goals during vibrant activities and discussions about organization, time management, showing up, avoiding zeros, and growing a growth mindset. To capture their vision for themselves and their class, 10th-12th graders craft individual and group G.R.O.W. Goals for the coming semester, claiming their legacy.