Non-discrimination Policies

Diver­sity and Personal Respect

The Waverly School embraces diver­sity and values the integrity of the indi­vid­ual. Indi­vid­ual differ­ences of reli­gion, culture, socioe­co­nomic status, national origin, race, ethnic­ity, biolog­i­cal sex, gender iden­tity, gender expres­sion, sexual orien­ta­tion, phys­i­cal appear­ance, and ability are acknowl­edged and respected. Every member of the commu­nity strives to behave in a sensi­tive, open, and respectful manner.

A diverse student body is an essen­tial compo­nent of an expe­ri­en­tial educa­tion. Students are most able to under­stand, appre­ci­ate, and respect differ­ences in a setting that includes these differ­ences. Waverly seeks a diverse commu­nity in order to fulfill its mission to provide a strong, human­is­tic educa­tion for all students.

Non-discrim­i­na­tion Policy as to Students

The Waverly School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, priv­i­leges, programs, and activ­i­ties gener­ally accorded or made avail­able to students at the school. It does not discrim­i­nate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in admin­is­tra­tion of its educa­tional poli­cies, admis­sions poli­cies, schol­ar­ship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 

EEO State­ment

The Waverly School is an equal oppor­tu­nity employer dedi­cated to a policy of non-discrim­i­­na­­tion based on the race, color, creed, reli­gion, sex, gender, gender iden­tity, gender expres­sion, marital status, preg­nancy, trans­gen­der, trans­sex­u­al­ism, sexual orien­ta­tion, age, national origin, citi­zen­ship, primary language, mili­tary or veteran status, phys­i­cal hand­i­cap, disabil­ity, medical condi­tion, mental disabil­ity, genetic char­ac­ter­is­tic or infor­ma­tion, ances­try, or based on any other consid­er­a­tion made unlaw­ful by federal, state, or local laws.