Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity at a Glance
One of the greatest strengths of our school is the diversity of our student body. Our vibrant community includes families from 37 different zip codes and, in a typical year, four or five different foreign countries. In a 21st-century global society, it becomes ever more important that we live, work, and study with multiple people who are not just like ourselves. This quality of life at RHP may be one of the most important aspects of preparation for success in college and beyond.
- 47% students of color
- 55% students have learning differences
- Over 37 different zip codes
- 37% of students receive financial aid
- 51% faculty of color
- 30% board members of color
Guidelines for Inclusive Communication
These guidelines are community agreements, adapted and developed from a collaborative effort of our faculty, utilized to help facilitate discussions and navigate difficult topics. Teachers and students alike are mindful of and practice adhering to these guidelines when engaging in dialogue that may at times be unfamiliar or uncomfortable.
Click here to view the Guidelines for Inclusive Communication PDF
DEI Programming: Advisory Workshop Topics
- Race & Ethnicity
- Gender Roles
- Assumptions & Stereotypes
- Multicultural Identity/Microaggressions
- Implicit Bias
- Equality & Equity
DEI Professional Development
We are committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) by providing an education and community experience that addresses multiple perspectives as well as reflects the cultural diversity of our community, society, and the world. During Faculty Opening Meetings at the start of the school year, our entire faculty and staff participate in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion workshops as part of our ongoing training and professional development efforts. We revisited the school’s Guidelines for Inclusive Communication and discussed facilitating difficult conversations; and also reflected on our current work and how to be more intentional in including a variety of perspectives in our curriculum and school events. These ongoing workshops will help us as educators continue to learn and grow within our community. Thank you to our DEI coordinator, Mr. Blanchette, and our Diversity Committee for leading the charge under Ms. Morse, our Director of Counseling and Wellness.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Team