Episcopal schools are bold and experimental places that try to hold on to what seem to be two contradictory goals: to live into their identity as schools that present the traditions and worship of the Episcopal Church in an unapologetic way, but to be at the same time places of diversity and inclusion that honor the religious traditions of their students... The Episcopal Church of today, while resting firm on its traditional understanding of Jesus and his mission, also holds that we can honor and learn from a variety of other religious and non-religious perspectives. So what do we do when it comes to religion at an Episcopal school? On the one hand, we demonstrate that the foundation of the Episcopal school’s thirst for justice and the dignity of all people comes from the great heritage of the Christian tradition that honors the life and work of Jesus. And yet, on the other hand, we invite all students to contemplate their spirituality more deeply and intentionally, no matter what religious tradition they adhere to.