Policy

Inclusion Policy

We believe no child, individual, or family should be excluded from our school on grounds of age, gender, sexuality, class, family status, disability, skin color, ethnic origin, culture, religion or belief. Also, we give equal opportunity to all who apply to work for our school.

We are responsible to ensure every child’s needs are met. We recognize that children and their families come from diverse backgrounds and family structures. All of these factors may affect the family or child’s well being. When children are placed in a discriminatory environment, they suffer and are not able to learn and grow. Also the children who are not directly discriminated against suffer in an environment where discrimination is tolerated.

We do not discriminate against a child or family or prevent a child or family from becoming a member of our community because of:

  • disability
  • race
  • gender or gender orientation
  • sexual orientation
  • religion or belief
  • age
  • pregnancy or maternity
  • marriage or civil partnership

We believe that diversity and inclusion are vital aspects of a healthy community so we hold ourselves accountable to ensure our school lives up to this standard. Our staff is informed and educated about diversity and inclusion and has the well-being of all our children and families in mind. Our students learn by example. We welcome every one and expect our parents to be support a community of social, emotional, and developmental health.

 

Tuition Policy

Supporting our Inclusion Policy, we set our tuition as affordable to as many of Antgua’s families as possible. The tuition paid by our families allows us to provide an internationally competitive education for all of our students by investing in materials and infrastructure, as well as paying our teachers and staff fairly for their hard work.

 

Reduced Tuition Policy

Antigua Green School does not offer reduced tuition. We have taken great care to ensure that our tuition is fairly priced and affordable. However, we have options in place for families who do need assistance, like work exchange agreements where parents actively contribute to the school community.