School Visits

Tour a local independent school and engage in an idea exchange about how equity, diversity, and multicultural education are manifested in school life and culture. Departures will take place from the Anaheim Convention Center on Wednesday, November 29. The visits are scheduled from 8:30 AM–1:00 PM. 

While there is no charge, pre-registration is required and October 20 was the last day for School Visit sign-up! 

Campbell Hall
Established in 1963, Campbell Hall is a community of inquiry for grades K–12 that inspires its students, faculty, administrators, and parents to explore the world with open hearts and curious minds. Students’ spiritual development is the centerpiece of the mission.
Oakwood Elementary School
Committed to fostering an inclusive academic and social environment, Oakwood sees the work of diversity as much more than monitoring numbers. It strives to broaden its curriculum to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of American society as well as the globalization of the world.
Wildwood School
Wildwood is a K-12 school that cultivates reflective scholars, bold innovators, and compassionate leaders equipped with the skills, ethics, and inspiration to transform their world.
New Roads School
No less than 40 percent of New Roads’ tuition budget is devoted to need-based financial aid each year, allowing the K-12 college preparatory school to provide financial assistance to more than 50 percent of its families.
PS1 Pluralistic School
Located in Santa Monica, California, PS1 Pluralistic School is a co-educational, independent day school for students in grades K–6. Founded in 1971 by current school head Joel Pelcyger and Eleanor Coben, PS1 provides excellence in academics coupled with joyful learning and a sense of community.
Vistamar School
Vistamar prepares students in grades 9-12 to contribute and excel in higher education and in life. Its intimate atmosphere fosters initiative, responsibility, knowledge of self, and connections to others.
New Horizon School, Irvine
New Horizon provides students in grades PS-6 with an excellent academic education while fostering a dedication to God through virtuous living in a progressive Islamic environment. It seeks to develop in students a positive identity as American Muslims while preparing them to succeed as leaders in tomorrow’s world.