Diversity becomes an experience through intercultural affairs at The Bush School. As a community, Bush is intercultural by nature, helping students achieve the foundation of being local and global citizens.
Intercultural fluency promotes in students self-knowledge, character development, patience, and empathy. At Bush, students are challenged experientially in this regard as much as they are with any academic area.
A major goal of the intercultural affairs at Bush is to help foster understanding, attitudes, and skills required for developing intercultural fluency. The work takes place in the classrooms, experiential outings, various school clubs, retreats, events, one-on-one conversations, and many other modes of relating.