Social justice is embedded throughout the Upper School curriculum: Course offerings include Modern Gender Studies; American Social Movements; and Global Health: Equity, Social Justice and Sustainability. During Annual Forum Days on social justice topics, students engage in workshops and hear from guest experts. Student-led clubs tackle issues from homelessness to LGBT rights, partnering with and supporting the work of local nonprofits. Through the four-year Community Service program, students develop community service projects and volunteer with partner organizations including Heal the Bay, Operation Gratitude and Habitat for Humanity. Seniors graduate with a clear sense of the inequities that exist in our world and a drive to be part of the solution.