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Stay well and socially-distant, Chargers! Because of the potential health risks of COVID-19, CA has shifted to virtual learning.
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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

If community is the heart of CA, then the richness of our diversity is what makes it beat. The unique voices, experiences, and perspectives that comprise our community are one of our greatest strengths.

But diversity alone is not enough. That’s why, together, we work tirelessly to create an equitable and inclusive environment—one where everyone can fully participate, lend their voice, be heard with respect and compassion, and thrive.

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Cary Academy fosters a learning community where the richness of diversity is recognized, respected, and embraced. Our view in diversity includes, but is not limited to ability, age, appearance, gender, national origin, personal qualities, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. Our vision is to nurture and sustain an equitable and inclusive environment where everyone is valued.”

CA Diversity Mission Statement

Our Diverse Community  

At CA, you’ll join one of the most proudly diverse independent schools in the South.  
  • 46% of our students identify as students of color; 21% of our faculty.
  • Many members of our learning community identify as members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
  • Whether it is Holi, Easter, Ramadan, or Passover, our diversity calendar is replete with student-led affinity group events that offer an opportunity to share cultures and beliefs, to learn from one another.
  • We welcome families from all socio-economic backgrounds. 
Upcoming Diversity Events
Upcoming Diversity Events
May 14, 2020
Senior Cookout
The PTAA is hosting a cookout for the class of 2020
Stadium Field Parking Lot
April 19, 2020
Cancelled – 7th Grade Welcome Day
7th grade students will be hosting a festival to celebrate newcomers (immigrants, refugees, migrant farm workers) to our community. The celebration will be the culminating event for our interdisciplinary project, Migration Collaboration.
Fitness Center – Gym
April 19, 2020
Cancelled – 7th Grade Welcome Day
7th grade students will be hosting a festival to celebrate newcomers (immigrants, refugees, migrant farm workers) to our community. The celebration will be the culminating event for our interdisciplinary project, Migration Collaboration.
Fitness Center – Gym
Om Naphade

It’s interesting to learn new things about other people’s experiences and passions . . . it creates, not only a deeper appreciation of your own cultural group, but an understanding where others come from . . . it helps you understand how you can connect.”

Om N. ’20

Indian Subcontinent Affinity Group

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Student Opportunities

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Dialogue Across Difference 

A culture of inclusivity does not mean a culture of universal agreement. Quite the opposite. Inclusivity requires that we hold a safe space where a diversity of perspectives and identities can respectfully co-exist. Enter our Dialogue Across Difference program.  

DIVERSITY IN RECRUITING

Faculty and Staff Support

CA is invested in the continuous recruitment and retention of faculty and staff of color And, all of our faculty participate in ongoing professional development opportunities to explore issues of equity and inclusivity.