Inclusion at Camp Mowglis
We are committed to creating a diverse environment in which we can all grow and become stronger.
We believe it is our responsibility to help each boy find his best self as he navigates a diverse world both at camp and beyond.
We recognize that diversity of backgrounds, races, cultures, ethnicities, religious beliefs, ideas, abilities, and sexual orientations challenges us and builds strength, confidence, and loving acceptance that can be transferred to the world at large.
We also believe that inclusion is a value best learned in childhood and it is our responsibility to provide a supportive environment in which that learning can occur.
Camp Mowglis Inclusion Statement
Camp Mowglis admits children of any race, religion, sexual orientation, disability (assuming the disability permits safe participation in the Camp Mowglis program), national or ethnic origin to all programs and activities generally accorded or made available to children at the camp. Additionally, Camp Mowglis admits transgender and gender nonconforming children.
Camp Mowglis does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin in administration of its camp-administered programs, educational policies, admission policies, or scholarship programs; nor does it discriminate against transgender and gender nonconforming campers and staff.