Diversity and Culture at Barnhart School

“Diversity at Barnhart is not something we do, it’s who we are.”

Barnhart School recognize and celebrate the differences of our individual experiences and stories while encouraging our students to learn more about each other’s histories and contexts. Students participate in lessons and projects that teach them about the diversity of our local and worldwide communities throughout the year.

Pictured above is the Diversity Committee celebrating Cinco de Mayo


Part of Barnhart School’s commitment to continuing to be an incredibly diverse community is honoring and celebrating holidays and traditions from around the world. The Diversity Committee (part of the Barnhart Parents Group) hosts a variety of events each year to help teach our students more about other celebrations. We celebrate Diwali, Dia de los Muertos, and Chinese New Year just to name a few.

Students working on Barnhart School’s yearly Rangoli, created by its K-8 Students as they celebrate Diwali.


Barnhart School, 240 West Colorado Blvd., Arcadia, (626) 446-5588 or visit www.barnhartschool.org.






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