The Bishop's School focuses on both academic excellence and student well-being. Fostering students’ social and emotional growth is a vital component of our work as educators. The School has multiple safeguards in place to protect our students, and we will continue to dedicate resources to keep our students safe.
It is the policy of The Bishop’s School to maintain a learning and community environment that is free from harassment or discrimination because of a person’s race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation or gender identity. It is a violation of this policy for any student, faculty member, employee or administrator to discriminate against or harass any member of the School community. Harassment, discrimination and bullying (including cyberbullying) are serious offenses and will not be tolerated by The Bishop’s School.
Visitors to campus must present a valid driver’s license, which is scanned into our system. The system runs the identification through federal and FBI databases. Guests will then have to wear a "sticker" badge. We ask all visitors to campus, other than substitute teachers (who are scanned as employees prior to coming on to campus), parents and board members, to go through this process. This system is installed at the front desk, located in Gilman Hall, and the security office, located in the parking garage, for convenience. If a visitor does not have identification with them, we require that the guest be in the immediate presence of an employee or security guard at all times.