The Class of 2023’s Chevaux “Ni” Dawkins, Zane McCuan, Lincoln Niang and Tristan Whitfield were honored at the 200+ Scholars Breakfast in May.
Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
Cape Henry Collegiate is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community. As a school, we recognize that our student and adult diversity makes us stronger. Whether based upon race, age, ethnicity, gender, religion, income, ability, or sexual orientation, we welcome the interaction of different people who can share their experiences and outlooks with one another. We promise our students, faculty, parents and all constituents that each student is valued and expected to accomplish great things.
Our commitment is for individuals from all backgrounds to find Cape Henry a place that is safe and committed to their well being. Our core value of community leads us to be inclusive in how we interact with one another and it holds each of us accountable for treating one another with mutual respect.
We value diversity, by working towards a community where different backgrounds are represented.
We value inclusion, by building a community where different backgrounds are welcomed.
We value belonging, by creating a community where different backgrounds are supported.
This year, the Middle School brought back its Around the World Breakfast for the first time since the pandemic halted the annual tradition.
Dolphins varsity baseball is known for winning championships – and now, for winning hearts. The team volunteered with Aid Another, an organization that promotes awareness, inclusion and empowerment of special needs families.
- Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities
- National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
- Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS)
- National Business Officers Association (NBOA)
- Educational Advisory Board (EAB)
- Virginia Diversity Network (VDN)