Diversity Day 2016

Student- and teacher-run workshops on everything from ethnic cuisine to shamanism to fencing to social justice, a speaker on Wampanoag culture, African dancers, yoga, and a speaker on the Holocaust…Diversity Day 2016 was once again full of fun, enriching celebrations of cultures and ideas.

Diversity, as Head of School Steve Griffin mentioned to The Sentinel, is written into our mission. We’re proud that this 27-year-old tradition not only continues, but flourishes. We’re already looking forward to next year!