Wednesday, January 13
9:00 – 10:00 am
Aurora School Library
(Adults only please)
There are many ways to be a leader, and we at Aurora School believe students should practice them all. Every day, we give students of different ages opportunities to work together side-by-side and learn from one another what it means to step up academically and socially. The world needs leaders who are as heart smart as they are head smart, and that’s precisely how Aurora graduates are described when they go on to the schools of their choice.
I am proud of the many ways that Aurora School encourages leadership among our students. Perhaps I am most proud of how our staff and students genuinely appreciate and embrace diversity. One look around our campus reinforces what we already know: open mindedness and an appreciation for differences uniquely prepares students to be compassionate leaders in their adolescent and adult years and benefits the community as a whole.
I am writing to extend a personal invitation to you to join us for a discussion about how we honor diversity every day at Aurora School. On Wednesday, January 13th from 9:00 to 10:00 am, I hope you will join me along with Aurora staff and current parents. Together we will talk openly and honestly about what it’s like to be a family of color at Aurora School. This event is designed specifically for parents considering Aurora for their children of color, but all parents are welcome.
We are hosting this conversation to connect with families who are looking for a truly inclusive community for their child and we hope to gather as many prospective parents as possible. We hope you can join us. Please RSVP to our Admissions Director, Lisa Piccione.
I look forward to seeing you on January 13th and wish you a happy and healthy holiday season.
Head of School