The Ellis community pursues, supports, and embraces diversity of all kinds,
recognizing the collective strength derived from our individual differences. Ellis is committed to diversity and inclusion in areas such as race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economics, ability, religion, and age.
All three schools are committed to incorporating diversity and inclusion in their academic program. Lower School units address history, heritage, culture and social justice issues. Middle School includes projects such as The Civil Rights Movement and classes focused on social justice, the law, and human rights. Upper School delves deeply into topics of diversity through electives like Gender and Power, mini-courses, and senior projects that allow for girls to explore issues of personal, cultural, and political significance.