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Diversity & Inclusion

A Call for Justice On May 25, 2020 the world changed. In an act that took exactly 8:46, George Floyd was callously murdered by officers of the Minneapolis Police Department. In the wake of that event, we have experienced a resurgence of calls for racial justice leading to a modern Civil Rights Movement.
 
Our Call to Action We heard from alumnae and current students who chronicled the stories of their experiences with racism & inequity. The stories are heartbreaking, and NCDS is called to redress its past and establish a new foundation for future students. It’s with this in mind, that Newton Country reaffirms our commitment as an anti-racist institution rooted in the love of Jesus and living in the spirit of the Goals of the Sacred Heart.

Video Spotlight

An excerpt from the Newton Country Day School Mission Statement: 
"In a society characterized by diversity, Newton Country Day commits itself to inspire in each student a desire to build just and enriching relationships. The School seeks to be a community that embraces differences and celebrates the fundamental unity of the human family and the dignity of the human person. Both in the classroom and through programs in community service, students are educated to an awareness of economic, political, and social problems and are made aware of their responsibility to work for a more just and peaceful world."

News

Alumna Spotlight: Anica Scott-Garrell '01

In December 2013 at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney, Australia, the curtain opened on the Disney Theatrical Production The Lion King. In the audience were almost two thousand musical theater enthusiasts, eager to see the stage-adaptation of the beloved Disney story. On stage was Anica Scott-Garrell ’01. Initially cast in the ensemble, Scott-Garrell ultimately danced, sang, and played the part of Shenzi with the Australian company. While her time with the award-winning show has been a highlight of her career thus far, Scott-Garrell does not consider it a laurel on which to rest. She is always looking forward, challenging, and empowering herself to achieve.

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Grade 5 Presents I Love Salsa

The inspiration for the dance came from Ballet Hispanico School of Dance in New York City, where Ms. Lucey attended a professional development program for dance teachers over the summer.

 

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