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Based on an Article from the Eton Faculty and Staff DEIB Newsletter created by Laurren Chase, Admissions and Communications Associate

It is imperative that every child feels seen, heard, valued, and loved. To do this, we must re-examine the way we see. So, where and how do we start? 

  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
  • Implicit Bias
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Two student are measuring a tree.
Russell Smith, Head of School

"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."

When you went to school, which learning model did you experience, traditional or modern/progressive? Explore the difference between the two models and which one is "lighting a fire."

  • Teaching and Learning
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Photo of a young student showing food prepared by hand.
Kris Meyer Gaskins, Assistant Head of School

“Help me do it alone.” This short sentence really encapsulates the essence of Eton School’s Mission and Core Values. From our youngest to the oldest student at Eton, teachers are guides who empower individuals to be independent and responsible, and this is where crossover can happen between school and home.

  • Independ
  • Montessori At Home
  • Pre-elementary
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