Respect, celebration, and Inclusion

Walden School seeks to foster a community of inclusion that respects, celebrates, and compassionately embraces the cultural, ethnic, racial, religious, socioeconomic, and personal diversity of each member of the Walden family.

In accordance with our mission of acceptance and equality, Walden proudly encourages a broadminded culture within and outside of the school. Regardless of your sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, you are always welcome at Walden.

From our annual Pride Day and LGBTQ+ club to marching in the Kentuckiana Pride Parade, our students, faculty, and families openly participate in supporting and celebrating the LGBTQ+ community.


Walden Pride day

In March 2019, Walden High School celebrated its second annual Pride Day. In addition to festive social activities, featured workshops touched on such subjects as LGBTQ+ rights in Latin America and the deaf/ASL communities, heteronormativity, discrimination, and activism.

Josh Miller, co-founder and CEO of IDEAS xLab, was the featured guest speaker, rounding out a day focused on promoting respect and understanding through positive discussion.


Made of Love

If you are interested in being a member of our loving Walden family, we’d love to have you! Our doors are always open and our admissions team is ready to provide an exclusive tour for your family.