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Accessibility Statement

Our School is committed to diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. These values are fundamental to the way we do conduct ourselves and manifest themselves in design for our website.

We are actively seeking to improve and to the extent possible ensure it complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2.

While we strive to make as accessible as possible and are currently updating our site to meet the WCAG 2.2 Level AA standards, our pages may not always pass online testing or validation tools.

In addition to the School’s efforts to improve the accessibility of its website, it urges third-party sites to adhere to the WCAG 2.2 standard and will consider compliance with this standard when selecting third party vendors, however some third-party content that currently appears on our site is outside of our ability to control.

Our website is monitored and tested internally and evaluated by third-party accessibility consultants periodically. These people help us identify usability issues and discover new solutions to further improve the accessibility of our site. These tasks include design reviews and quality assurance testing with assistive technology.

The School conducts periodic automated scans and periodic manual evaluations to monitor analyze and help repair accessibility issues found in our website.

As we continue to improve the accessibility of our website, we will review this policy to ensure that it reflects the School’s efforts and commitment to accessibility.

This Policy is managed by the School's Advancement Department and reviewed annually by the Vice President of Institutional Advancement. The School is committed to making its website accessible to parents and students with disabilities.

In order to maintain an open channel of communication with our community, we welcome feedback on the usability and accessibility of the School's website. Questions or concerns about the accessibility of should be directed by email to