In an effort to complement our academic program, the CCEL curriculum is designed to reflect our mission and values while enabling students to improve intercultural competence in an increasingly-diverse world by providing equitable educational opportunities and resources for all students. Ethics should drive decisions; dedication to community should be tangible. Likewise, learning to lead should be taught through intentional instruction and discourse. These habits of mind develop through experiential learning and practice.
MBS Student Diversity Leadership Summits
- Building on our summer leadership and facilitation training, many Upper and Middle school student leaders participated in MBS Student Diversity Leadership Summits. The activities allowed students an opportunity to reflect on their personal identity, leadership style, and learn more about their peers, specifically in the area of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).
- In April, select Upper School students will participate in a LGBTQIA+ Leadership Workshop focusing on gender, sexuality and allyship. The goal of the workshop is to provide students with a better understanding of the spectrum of gender and sex and what it means to be an ally.
Student Workshops 2020-2021