Diversity and Inclusion

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    Groton School is a community that intentionally welcomes inspiring and talented students from a wide range of backgrounds. The Diversity and Inclusion effort includes thought-provoking events and workshops, under the guidance of both student and faculty committees. It focuses on what it means to live and learn together and how to build a community that is not only diverse, but also inclusive.
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Diversity and Inclusion Mission Statement: Groton School is committed to diversity and inclusivity with responsibility, mutual respect, and empathy. We strive to maintain a community in which every person feels welcomed, valued, and respected. We are dedicated to shared examination of our different perspectives, inherent privileges, disadvantages, and prejudices, especially in terms of race, religion, national origin, gender and sexuality, socioeconomic status, and political ideology. We believe this work is critical to preparing students to lead “lives of character, learning, leadership, and service."
  • Watch: Guest Speaker Rosetta Lee at Groton on October 9, 2017
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Diversity and Inclusion Workshops

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  • Listening, Learning, and Empathizing

    A recent Diversity and Inclusion workshop replaced Saturday morning classes with provocative meetings—almost all student-run—on difficult subjects of societal significance. The aim: to help students learn to listen, learn, and empathize.
  • Workshops Encourage Debate, Challenge Prejudice

    Groton students grappled with thorny issues of inequality, power, ethics, and identity during special Diversity and Inclusion workshops on Saturday, April 16.
  • Deep Thought, Introspection in Morning Diversity Workshops

    Groton students spent Saturday morning in thought-provoking workshops, discussing various aspects of diversity, inclusion, and identity.
Groton School is a diverse and intimate community devoted to inspiring lives of character, learning, leadership, and service.
Groton School is recognized as one of America's top boarding schools. It prepares students in grades 8-12 for the "active work of life."