Courses such as eighth-grade Holocaust studies, AP World History, Hitler’s Germany and Western Philosophy explore diversity from historical and academic perspectives. In the Lower School, students enhance their Spanish-language skills and understanding of Hispanic cultures during National Hispanic Heritage Month, and every spring, Middle School students travel on a Civil Rights trip.Diversity Speakers Series
Throughout the year, students hear from notable speakers about issues of diversity.
Faculty Workshops and Conferences
Pace faculty and staff participate in professional development related to issues of diversity. Faculty and staff from all three divisions serve on a diversity committee, and in-house diversity workshops take place frequently.Isdell Center for Global Leadership
The ICGL connects our curriculum with specially designed international experiences that enliven and expand learning. Curriculum-based study tours and video conferences enable Pace students to develop a sophisticated international and cross-cultural appreciation of societies near and far.Pace Academy Board of Diversity (PABD)
PABD consists of more than 50 Upper School students. In support of the school’s mission to create prepared, confident citizens of the world, PABD strives to educate and learn how to educate others on issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. The group meets weekly to discuss a variety of diversity-related topics, plan programs and activities, and create signature events for each division of the school.
Step Up to Bullying
The Step Up to Bullying program provides anti-bullying education for Middle School students, and promotes and supports an inclusive and respectful school environment.