Día de los Muertos, or the "Day of the Dead", is a traditional Mexican holiday that has been embraced worldwide.
As part of Windward's commitment to providing an open, nurturing campus for all students, parents, faculty, and staff, the School regularly hosts events to showcase and celebrate our diverse community. Below you'll find examples of this ongoing work.
Members of Windward's admin, parent, and student community attended the Pollyanna Conference to learn more about how the School can advance its ongoing DEIB initiatives.
As part of Filipino American Heritage Month, the CulinArt team offered a series of special Filipino-inspired menu items throughout the month!
On October 9, and in celebration of the closing days of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Windward was honored to host Grammy-winning and Oscar-nominated composer Germaine Franco for a special guest speaker event.
To kickoff Pride Month, Windward hosted a series of student-driven events on campus.