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Radnor Schools Earn Recognition for Dedication to Acceptance

July 26, 2020

Two Radnor Schools Earn Recognition for Dedication to Acceptance, Tolerance and Kindness


No Place for Hate logo placed on top of photos of the front of Radnor Middle School and Radnor High School Radnor Middle School and Radnor High School were recently named No Place for Hate schools for the eighth and fourth years in a row, respectively, by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). A total of 180 schools across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware earned the designation for the 2019-20 school year; RMS and RHS are the only two public schools in Delaware County to earn the designation.

According to the ADL website, "No Place for Hate is a self-directed program helping all of the stakeholders take the lead on improving and maintaining school climate so all students can thrive."

The No Place for Hate designation was achieved at each building through the completion of a needs assessment, the formation of a No Place for Hate committee, the signing of the Resolution of Respect, and the design and implementation of three school-wide anti-bias or bullying prevention activities.

Click here to watch a video from the Anti-Defamation League, congratulating the No Place for Hate Class of 2020. Click here to learn more about NPFH on the Anti-Defamation League website.