Discovering YourselfFinding Community
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are key elements of life at 2000 Edgehill. Lower School’s identity curriculum, Middle School lessons on history through an antiracist lens, and High School’s flourishing affinity groups represent our commitment to celebrating the identities of the many individuals within our community and every aspect of a USN education.
The Office of Diversity and Community Life works with the entire USN community to create, maintain and enhance an inclusive educational experience for all. Many of the topics, areas of discussion, and educational opportunities center on cultural identifiers including but not limited to ability, age, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status (class), body image (lookism), educational background, academics/social achievement, family of origin or family makeup, geographic or regional background, language, learning style, beliefs (political, social, religious), and globalism/internationalism.