A culture of inclusion is essential to the mission of an Episcopal school with the Church’s history of passionate advocacy for social justice and human unity. The skills of multiculturalism are essential to the depth of students’ learning and their ability to participate in our interconnected world. We employ these skills to drive academic excellence, embolden students to embrace their own identities, and foster appreciation for the differences of others. We welcome and strive to integrate varying family structures, socio-economic backgrounds, genders, ethnicities, sexual identities, religions, races, and physical and cognitive capabilities. In every aspect of school life, Holland Hall commits to teaching and challenging our community to discard stereotypes, embrace inclusion, and practice radical empathy.
Diversity and Inclusion statement approved by Holland Hall Board of Trustees, April 2016.