Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Statement of Inclusion

The Masters School prides itself on being a diverse, inclusive community that honors and understands the uniqueness of each individual, allowing their perspectives to be valued and their needs to be understood. Fostering and embracing diversity, we support all individuals by celebrating our similarities as well as our differences, including but not limited to age, ethnicity, gender, ability, race, religion, sexual orientation, family structure and socioeconomic status. Those who work, live and learn on our campus recognize that building an inclusive community is a rewarding and ongoing challenge.

The Masters School is committed to working collaboratively with students, faculty, staff and families by supporting its mission of being diverse individuals who gather to learn, to strive, to dare, to do — to be a power for good in the world.


List of 4 news stories.

  • Summit Brings School Communities Together

    The theme of “Revolutionary Joy” was the backdrop for the fifth annual Saturday Summit on Social Justice (SSSJ), which welcomed more than 100 attendees from eight local independent schools on a beautiful fall day. 
  • Celebrating Hispanic Culture on Campus

    Hispanic Heritage Month kicked off on Estherwood lawn Friday, September 24, with a cultural and educational fiesta.
  • Diversity Team Unveils Plans for the Academic Year

    It was an afternoon of firsts for newly appointed Interim Associate Head for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Roland Davis and Associate Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Selas Douglas who introduced a new DEI-focused orientation to the upper school community on Friday, September 10.
  • Students Highlight AAPI Heritage Month

    As part of May’s Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, the school community celebrated the diversity of Asians, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.