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Marymount of Santa Barbara
2130 Mission Ridge Rd   Apt, suite, floor, etc.  
Santa Barbara, California  93103-1750  
Private/Independent School
8 225 students


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Employer Description
MISSION We provide student-centered, individualized learning in a joyful and nurturing community, inspiring academic excellence and valuing difference. VISION To empower individual potential, inspire purpose beyond self, and cultivate social responsibility. VALUES Academic Excellence, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Diversity, Ethical Responsibility, Joy, Kindness, and Resilience. At Marymount... We foster a progressive educational model and capitalize on emerging technologies to create learning experiences that connect students to each other and the global community. We are committed to our work in cultivating and maintaining a welcoming school community for all students, faculty, and families. We partner with families to share their journey, watching each student grow intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically. We provide a distinct, personalized learning environment to develop the unique potential of each student, building enthusiastic, kind, confident, and resilient critical thinkers, learners, and leaders. At Marymount… Our Teachers provide an integrated and inclusive approach to social and emotional learning that provides a safe and equitable learning environment for all learners. Our Students develop a solid foundation in a diverse array of subject areas including Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, World Religions, Visual & Performing Arts, Media Literacy & Technology, and Physical Education. Our Graduates leave Marymount with a strong sense of themselves as individuals and a deep understanding and commitment to a thoughtful set of lifelong core values.
Diversity Mission Statement
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Creating a Community of Belonging Our Philosophy: The School is committed to creating a campus environment that mirrors the cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic composition of our greater community. We believe that with diversity comes a responsibility to value individual differences and provide a safe space for inclusion and positive interactions among all members of the school community. Defining Diversity: The School defines diversity in this way: It is the presence and expression of human differences within overarching similarities, including — but not limited to — race, gender, national origin, ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, abilities, and family makeup. An Open-Minded Education: The education model offered at the School is characterized by open-mindedness, mutual respect, critical inquiry, and reflective practice. It encourages children to become forward-thinking, civically responsible, and respectful of others. Respect For Different Values & Beliefs: The School believes it is important to teach and model respect for different values and beliefs, as well as to teach various religious, spiritual, and ethical systems in appropriate courses and content areas. The School does not, however, endorse any particular religion or faith tradition. Policies of Non-Discrimination: The School provides equal employment opportunities for all job applicants. The School affords protection against harassment of employees, contractors, service providers, and others, as well as guards students against prejudicial treatment.