It is not just a statement. This is our promise.
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A Guide to Reopening CSG
The faculty, staff, and administration of Columbus School for Girls are committed to meeting the School’s mission of empowering girls to discover their distinct potential as learners and leaders. Whether delivered in-person, through distance learning, or through a blended/hybrid model, this fall, CSG’s robust academic and social-emotional program will remain true to its core by being responsive to students' needs, reliable in maintaining a continuity of learning, and rich in pedagogy and best practice. We invite you to read our full Reopening Plan below.
The senior leadership position will guide and execute the School's diversity, equity, and inclusion plan.
The art collection in CSG’s Ruch Dining Room recently gained a new addition with the installation of an original piece by Columbus Artist Lisa McLymont.
What is it like to be a Black girl at a predominantly white institution? CSG senior Olivia Clarke '21 set out to explore that question from her own perspective and to share others' perspectives in her new book.
“When you walk into her classroom, you see girls actively engaged -- asking questions, making conjectures, testing hypotheses." - Pam Hartshorne, Middle School Director
"Carlotta Penn’s book, "The Turtle with an Afro," teaches Black girls to love the versatility of their hair. On Saturday, she will premiere an animated short based on the book at an online event hosted by the Columbus Museum." - Erica Thompson, Columbus Dispatch
Words are not enough, but in case you did not receive our emailed response to the Dear CSG Instagram page, we are resharing here. Please know, we have read each and every individual post. Please read the letter sent to our community on July 1 below.
Students of color for 2018-19
Upper School students participate in CSG athletics programs
In need based financial aid awarded in 2018-19 to 31% of student body*
*includes tuition remission to CSG employees
Cynthia's Woods: 100 acre nature preserve
Kirk Campus: 66 acre athletic facility
Main Campus: Full city block
Average student faculty ratio
Active members of a national and international alumnae network
15 AP Courses
8 Honors Courses
Student performances on average each year
Sister program was initiated in 1904 to build relationships between younger and older students - the program continues today
CSG faculty hold advanced degrees
Average Upper School class size
CSG students represent all 5 major religions