Our goal is to create an environment in which all Antilles students feel safe, seen, celebrated, and integral to the School in a community committed to guiding principles that include cultural competency, empathy, social justice, and equity. All member schools of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) are expected to create and sustain diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just communities that are safe and welcoming for all. This includes valuing the representation and full engagement of individuals within school communities whose differences include – but are not limited to – age, ethnicity, family makeup, gender identity and expression, learning ability, physical ability, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.
Antilles has a foundational commitment in the language of the stated mission and core values. We seek to ensure that all Antilles students are supported and can be their authentic selves on campus. We are committed to fostering a student and faculty culture that understands and values differences and prioritizes equity, social justice, and cultural competency.