1. due regard for the feelings, wishes, or rights of others.
"young people have a lot of repect for their parents"
1. have due regard for (someone's feelings, wishes, or rights).
"I respected her views"
WHAT DOES RESPECT MEAN TO...
Cornelia was not always respected in her own life. This did not change how she treated others. In Cornelia's first SHCJ house, she educated underprivileged children, providing them with opportunities they may not have had otherwise. This act of respect and dignity, displayed Cornelia's desire for equality within her community, a desire that continues in Holy Child schools today.
A MEMBER OF HILARY HOUSE
"I think that respect is the epitome of kindness. It shows love, understanding and compassion. It is something that never goes unnoticed, and something that everyone undoubtedly deserves."
A HOLY CHILD SCHOOL
Holy Child students are taught to respect everyone, no matter who they are. This respect is an empericle part of creating such a tight knit school community, in which every person feels comfortable and safe.
A MEMBER OF THE SHCJ
Members of the SHCJ, like in all communities, must respect those around them. In order for any community to thrive, every member must feel welcome and respected. This allows for stronger bonds and greater collaboration to exist, resulting in a more efficient community.