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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Student Organizations

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Student Organizations at Masters

List of 13 items.

  • American Sign Language Club

    The ASL Club seeks to increase awareness of the struggles that deaf and hard of hearing individuals experience. The club believes that learning and understanding basic sign language can bring about big change and expand minds.
  • Diversity Ambassadors

    Diversity Ambassadors are the official peer educators within Masters who engage with the campus community to enhance our collective understanding of identity and cultural differences.
  • GALS

    GALS is a gender equality and feminist coed club at The Masters School. They host regular lunch discussions about contemporary issues regarding gender inequality, especially those applicable to high school students, such as double standards in our culture between men and women, the definition of feminism, and the topics of sexism within the music industry. The club also hosts various movie-watching events. The club aims to inform the student body about current gender issues as well as create a safe space for students to share their opinions on such issues.
  • Gender and Sexuality Club

    The GSA Club at Masters is a student-run club whose mission is to promote LGBTQ+ equality within as well as outside of the Masters community.
  • International Club

    The mission of the International Club is to bring together international students with each other while promoting their presence at The Masters School.
  • Jewish Culture Club

    The mission of the JCC is to increase community awareness about antisemitism while also sharing and celebrating Jewish culture and traditions with the Masters community.
  • Latinos Unidos

    The mission of Latinos Unidos is to promote and support the unity of the Latino community at Masters. The club embraces the various cultures of the Latin American world and discusses topics related to the Latinx experience. They celebrate the spirit, diversity and richness of the Latin American cultural heritage and the sharing of common cross-cultural experiences with non-Latinos.
  • Mixed

    The Mixed Club is centered on fostering an environment where multiracial students can develop a sense of community and have a space to share, discuss and celebrate their stories and experiences. During meetings they will create a safe space to talk about current events, share personal narratives, and host games and activities.
  • Muse

    Muse is a student-run group of modern, contemporary and ballet dancers. Muse performs in the School's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration, as well as in the annual spring concert.
  • OYNX

    OYNX serves as a Black empowerment club that encourages intricate conversations about themes and issues relevant to the Black community. They will continue to emphasize the importance of intersectionality, discussing how gender, socioeconomic status and other core identifiers affect the community. Membership is open to all students at The Masters School and is not restricted to any particular groups of people.
  • Urban Connection

    Also known as UC, Urban Connection is a student-run group of hip-hop and step dancers. UC performs in the School's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration, as well as in the annual spring concert.
  • WOCE

    WOCE is a women of color empowerment group for female students of color at Masters.
  • Young Activist Club

    This student-run organization focuses on current political, social and environmental issues. Each year they base their activities and discussions on a given theme geared toward the entire upper school community, with an aim to better the world.