As an Episcopal school, Beauvoir places great value in our commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive community that authentically welcomes students and families from all faiths and backgrounds. We celebrate our individual stories and collective experiences.
We value all spiritual traditions and encourage children to ask questions and learn from each other within a hospitable environment. As a Cathedral School, our students have the opportunity to learn about the common values of mindfulness and service to others. We invite everyone to come as they are and we will learn from one another.
At Beauvoir, all children in Pre-Kindergarten through Third Grade participate in monthly chapel services that reinforce the School’s Life Rules and provide them with an opportunity to make connections within the community and the world beyond themselves.
Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten chapels are held in Taylor Hall; First through Third Grade chapels are held in the Great Choir of the Washington National Cathedral. Chapels are a pillar of community life in which reflection, prayer, and matters of the spirit are honored and cultivated, and the physical, mental, and emotional health of each student is supported and nurtured.
At Beauvoir, the integration of the ideals and concepts of equity, justice, and a fair society across all grade levels helps to foster honoring, embracing, and celebrating differences. The inclusion of service learning is essential to the Beauvoir educational experience.