Diversity and Inclusion
When Marin Country Day School was founded in 1956, our founders were committed to creating a diverse community comprised of families from both sides of the Golden Gate. The Bay Area is now one of the most diverse places in the country and we are committed to reflecting the vibrant mix of cultural, economic, racial, ethnic, sexual orientations, and family structures that are part of our everyday lives.
We believe a diverse and inclusive school community makes us better informed, more compassionate, and better prepared to effect positive change in the world.
Our families, faculty and staff represent an increasingly broad spectrum of economic backgrounds, family structures, racial, ethnic, and gender identities. We believe this diversity of experience equips our students with the perspectives and skills necessary to thrive in a complex, multicultural, and increasingly connected world.
Learn more about how we engage students, faculty/staff, and parents in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work through various offerings and thoughtful curriculum.