Some say we live in a dangerous world. Whatever is the case, a sound education cannot proceed in a context of fear.
A concern for the safety and wellbeing of students, therefore, underpins all aspects of life at ARIS. If we wish to imbue a younger generation with a sense of responsibility to protect the vulnerable, then we should protect our students likewise.
With good reason, parents require guarantees that ARIS has considered and taken measures to ensure the physical safety of their children in all school activities, that we have clear sanctions against bullying and intimidation, that we can guard against self-harm, that we can protect students’ personal information from prying eyes on the Internet, and above all, that the young adult who graduates from ARIS is self-assured, confident and compassionate.