The Baldwin School aims to cultivate a respectful medium that supports the experiences, perspectives and intersectionality of our community members. We embrace all identities, including race and ethnicity, sexual identity, class, religion, disability, family structure, nationality and other social identities. The diversity within our community allows for varying viewpoints creating a holistic learning environment.
We are dedicated to working diligently to address the changing culture of the global world through ongoing assessment of curriculum, professional development and challenging dialogue. Our intentional approach to growth and progress is designed to keep our work student-centered, with each student being seen, uplifted and empowered in an effort to mold our students to be intellectuals and global change agents.