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Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity Statement

At Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, we believe in building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community in the spirit of the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria. 

Placing our boys at the forefront, we inspire our students to lead a life filled with dignity, acknowledgment, and value. While accepting all identities and backgrounds, our students are impelled to stand for equity and justice. Through training and professional development, our faculty and staff are empowered to educate and nurture our boys into culturally competent young people. In partnership with our families, we commit ourselves to promoting open minds, open hearts, and open doors for all.

From the Head of School
Plant. Nurture. Cultivate.

Princeton Academy’s commitment to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion is rooted in our mission, our values and our Sacred Heart Goals. A “social awareness which impels to action” and “the building of community as a Christian value” inspire us to lead in this moment with an open heart. The urgency of now provides us with a hopeful opportunity to fulfill our mission on behalf of each and every boy while forging a lasting legacy of justice. So that He Can Be, we must continue to be intentional in our efforts to plant, nurture and cultivate a community culture that fosters justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) and promotes Black excellence in a world plagued by systemic racism. We will do everything in our power to ensure that Princeton Academy is a safe and welcoming community of belonging where we bring out the best in each and every boy, always.

While Princeton Academy has advanced justice, equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives in a meaningful way over the past several years, there is still much work to be done. We all must play a part. 

Princeton Academy is impelled to action in the following ways:

JEDI Warriors represent themselves, their families and our school with grace and dignity annually at The Haverford School Middle School Diversity Conference. Over 300 middle school students participate in this world-changing event.

The conference is a deep dive of feeling, reflecting and sharing around identity and issues that matter. Princeton Academy students have earned second and third place in the conference's poetry competition.