appreciate and celebrate the origin and individuality of each member of the school community.
respect the innate dignity of each person, which is reflected in the school’s curriculum and co-curriculum.
instill in its students a clear sense of self and a clear understanding of their present and future responsibilities as educated members of our global community.
imbue students with the notion that they learn, work, live, and play in a world populated by individuals and groups of many races, ethnicities, religions, and resources, as well as varied learning styles, physical abilities, and sexual orientations.
offer an inclusive, multicultural curriculum that nurtures independence and individual growth and helps prepare each student to continue in higher education.
encourage every member of the community to actively participate in respectful and inclusive social interaction.
I feel blessed and beyond excited to be in position to rejoin the Windward School community where I have so many fond memories. I welcome the opportunity to support and build upon the work that this community has engaged in over the past few years in fostering the type of school environment where community members feel that all aspects of their identity are valued and celebrated.
- Roger Bridges, Assistant Head of School for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
By encouraging communication through passion and responsibility, we hope to instill a deeper sense of belonging throughout our community.-Ashley Goodman and Tyrone Powell, Co-Directors of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity