Why Crescent

Our focus on character education is aligned to our mission and an integral part of how we teach, motivate and inspire our boys.  
Why Crescent

Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging

Crescent School strives to be a place where every boy belongs. This is achieved by living our core values of respect, responsibility, honesty, and compassion. 

We know that our learning community is enhanced by human differences — the diverse racial, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of our students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni. Over the past several years, we have actively pursued partnerships, formed student and staff alliances, and launched initiatives designed to make Crescent a more inclusive community. We are proud of the strides that we have made, yet we know that there is always more work to be done.

Please see below to read about the important work that Crescent is doing to train and educate our students and staff on matters of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. Through these efforts, we aim to give all members of our community an opportunity to participate in and contribute to our mission Men of Character from Boys of Promise.

Michael Fellin

Diversity Statement

Crescent School believes in the importance of diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
We value each person’s unique life experience, and we strive toward being a community where everyone feels welcomed and valued.
Human differences enrich our school and provide myriad perspectives from which we can learn through our curriculum, Character-In-Action programs, and other learning experiences.
In truth, we stand and grow.

School Constitution

The Crescent School Constitution was drafted by the Class of 2012 to ensure that all students are aware of, and able to enjoy, their fundamental rights perpetually. This document was prepared in accordance with, and in support of, the Safe Schools Act and corresponding principles in the Education Act, as well as the Human Rights Code. 
Read the Crescent School Constitution here.