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Groton School

Groton School
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Groton School is committed to inclusion—
to having a diverse student body and to providing the support needed so that all have equal access to success at Groton. The school believes it can best fight racism through education.

The school recognizes the need to examine engrained institutional biases and to educate everyone on the Circle about hidden prejudices and the ethical imperative to stand up for others. Headmaster Temba Maqubela has always chosen action over rhetoric, and he has helped the school make noteworthy strides toward true inclusion.

Location:

Groton, MA

1884

Year Founded:
Number of Students:

379

Average Class Size:

11

Co-Ed

Gender:
Specialty Program(s): 

Groton School is committed to inclusion—
to having a diverse student body and to providing the support needed so that all have equal access to success at Groton. The school believes it can best fight racism through education.

The school recognizes the need to examine engrained institutional biases and to educate everyone on the Circle about hidden prejudices and the ethical imperative to stand up for others. Headmaster Temba Maqubela has always chosen action over rhetoric, and he has helped the school make noteworthy strides toward true inclusion.

Groton School
Groton School
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