A community School is a school open to its surroundings. It is a school which allows the free flow of skills, knowledge and resources between the various players in the community, whether it's self-government, parents or entrepreneurs. Such relations can be very beneficial if they know each other, they meet regularly and know what they need from each other. In this sense, our school is such an imaginary center where all these groups can discuss ways of improvement of the environment in which they live. The school thus also fulfils a primordial role as a center of education and as a meeting point.
A community school encourages its student to participate in community life - using the knowledge of learning in real life, enabling them to form civic attitudes, whilst developing their knowledge, skills, self esteem and confidence. Students, for whom the subject matter is too difficult, get the opportunity to shine in the role of volunteers. Functioning in relationships with adults other than their parents and teachers is essential for the development of children, because in a community school relationships become less formal. Quality community schools encourage volunteer work - children, parents and other community members.
A community school should be a facility that offers the widest range of services possible to the local community; the composition of these services should correspond with the actual needs of community members.