Non-discriminatory Statement

The Blue Ridge School admits qualified young men of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. The Blue Ridge School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial assistance and loan programs, athletic, and other administered programs.

A high standard of accuracy has been sought in the preparation of this website. Errors, omissions and changes of text are always a possibility; therefore, The Blue Ridge School, its administration, faculty and trustees reserve the right to make corrections and changes of such published information and policies as they deem necessary and appropriate.


Equal Employment Opportunity

Blue Ridge School is committed to providing a work environment which values and respects each employee as an individual and as an important member of a culturally diverse team.  In keeping with this commitment, Blue Ridge is committed to providing a work environment free from discrimination based upon race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, gender expression, covered veteran and military status, marital status, mental or physical disability, medical condition, political affiliation, or any other classification protected by law.  This policy applies to all areas of employment including recruitment, hiring, transfer, discipline, training, promotion, compensation and benefits. 

This policy prohibits discrimination against and/or harassment of other employees, contractors, customers, vendors or visitors.  This policy applies to all employees including non-supervisory personnel, supervisors, managers and executives.  Prohibited discrimination and harassment includes but is not limited to verbal, non-verbal, physical and visual conduct.

The support that our son received from Blue Ridge School was breathtaking. The teachers cared for Darryl as if he was their own son. They all did a great job preparing him for the real world. I thank them all for bringing out the best in him. - Marsha Smith (Darryl ’13, graduated from Cornell University.)