Congressional School's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee is comprised of parents, faculty, school administrators, and board members. The committee meets frequently to engage in conversation and plan initiatives around the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion at Congressional School.

Sharing and celebrating our individual differences bring us together, while teaching and modeling values like integrity, kindness, respect, perseverance, and responsibility further strengthen our sense of unity. The result is a cohesive and caring community where children are free to be their authentic selves.

Primary Areas of Focus and Attention

  • Talent Acquisition, Retention & Support
  • Parent Support & Awareness
  • Student Involvement, Education, Awareness & Admission
  • Communication & Global Awareness


Congressional School’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, in partnership with the broader Congressional community - past, present, and future - continuously strives to recognize, respect, engage, and celebrate the individual differences and identities represented in our community. 

We seek to advance diversity of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, physical ability, or any other distinguishing feature through the recruitment and support of students, faculty, staff, administrators, and Trustees representing diverse identities. 

Listen to our podcast about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Congressional School:

2019-2020 MEETINGS

Anyone within our community is welcomed and encouraged to attend.
Please RSVP to Sara King if you plan to attend or want to be added to the distribution list.

September 23

November 19

January 21

March 17

May 14


December 12, 2018: Click to View Notes

February 28, 2019: Click to View Notes

April 9, 2019: Click to View Notes

May 8, 2019: Click to View Notes

May 30, 2019: Click to View Notes

September 23, 2019: Click to View Notes

November 19, 2019: Click to View Notes

January 21, 2020: Click to View Notes

Elementary Boys Studying


Implicit Bias refers to "relatively unconscious and relatively automatic features of prejudiced judgment and social behavior." (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Diversity in the social context refers to "a successful community in which individuals of different race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, socioeconomic status, language, geographical origin, gender and/or sexual orientation bring their different knowledge, background, experience and interest for the benefit of their diverse community." (embracingdiversity.us)

Our teachers are the guides and models for our students and in recognizing this, we have also formed a Faculty Advisory Committee to ensure an infused programmatic perspective and that our faculty has a voice in future initiatives.