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Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity & Inclusion

In the context of Ignatian Education, we believe in the power and necessity of diversity—to achieve a greater richness of ideas and to prepare our Dons to be leaders in an increasingly global community. We define diversity among our teachers and Dons in many ways: as differences in race, ethnicity and religious beliefs, but also in gender, learning styles and abilities, sexual orientation and socio-economic backgrounds.

The Director of Diversity & Inclusion serves as the primary leader in Loyola Blakefield’s efforts in this area, ensuring the development of an inclusive environment, which welcomes and celebrates all of our students, faculty and staff at Loyola Blakefield.

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The Fischer Program is a new Loyola Blakefield initiative that provides an ideal opportunity for highly motivated middle school-age boys of color from Baltimore City and County to engage in a three-year program to develop the strong study skills and focused approach to learning that will prepare them for Loyola Blakefield's challenging Upper School college preparatory curriculum. Learn more about the Fischer Program here.
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