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Communities are fortified by equity and inclusion for all. At Westtown School, we strive to uncover and undo our collective and individual biases. We aspire to be a genuinely anti-racist community. We are committed to learning, growing, and doing the work. We invite you to learn and grow with us.

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2021 Lunar New Year

Westtown School students and community members submitted video clips to our International Student Organization (ISO) to celebrate Lunar New Year. 

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African Dance Third Grade

Every year, 3rd grade holds an African Dance with Jeannine Osayande & Dunya Performing Arts Company. 3rd grade has a comprehensive unit on Africa and part of that is a six-week-long on-campus residency with this dance company in which kids learn not only many dances but about storytelling in the music and movements.

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Students in Lower School learned about Diwali with the help of two families who shared the importance of this holiday in their lives. Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a celebration that honors new beginnings and light over darkness.

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NAIS People of Color Conference

In the Fall of 2019, twenty faculty and staff, four students, and one moose represented Westtown at the NAIS People of Color Conference and Student Diversity Leadership Conference in Seattle.

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Haverford School Diversity Conference

Teachers Ale Navarro-Benbow (who is also the Middle School Diversity Coordinator) and Erin Salvucci took a group of 15 Middle School students to the Haverford School Diversity Conference.

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