One of the four pillars of our Episcopal Identity
is fostering an inclusive community. We believe a diverse and inclusive community provides authentic learning opportunities that inspire rich, open-ended dialogue. Our students are best equipped for success when they know how to navigate conversations in an intellectually empathic and productive manner, with those who think, look and believe differently than they do.
All Saints’ Episcopal School is a community called to respect the dignity of every human being. We believe diversity is an essential component of a high-caliber education. We strive to create a culture of belonging where every voice counts, every viewpoint is respected, and each person has a place at the table. This enriches the minds and hearts of all. Through our ongoing commitment to diversity, we genuinely equip all of our students for success as they endeavor to make a positive impact on the world around them.
All Saints' Statement on Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
Will you seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself?
I will with God’s help.
Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity and worth of every human being?
I will with God’s help. (Book of Common Prayer, p. 305)
We enhance and strengthen our community when we:
- Actively seek to attract, support, value and retain students, faculty and leadership from a variety of backgrounds
- Cultivate compassion and understanding through respectful conversation, civil discourse and collaboration
- Explore, embrace and engage with knowledge and learning from diverse perspectives
- Uphold a standard of equity and inclusivity for all people
The Reverend Dr. Jill Walters is leading the School's DIB efforts until dedicated leadership is put into place.