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Mission Statement

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We empower lifelong learners to take on challenges and thrive, care for others in our diverse international community, and think globally and creatively toward a better future.

Strategic Plan

ASM is accredited by The Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges. Our Strategic Plan is part of the accreditation process and an ongoing commitment to continuous improvement. It was developed based on the data collected during the Self Study that took place during the 2020-21 school year and the input from community focus groups held in September 2021. The goals in the Strategic Plan are designed to realize ASM’s Mission by providing the foundation and direction for achieving and maintaining excellence. 
ASM’s Strategic Plan is made up of five connected goals. They target:

ASM’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice

We, at the American School of Madrid, stand for the rights of every individual to safety, belonging, and freedom from discrimination. 
We as teachers, students, parents, administrators, staff, and board members hold ourselves accountable for actively working toward justice, repairing harm, and growing as lifelong learners.
We commit to recognizing and affirming all community members, with particular regard for those who are marginalized by identity including, but not limited to: race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender identity and expression, sexual identity, national origin, citizenship status, physical abilities, neurodiversity, socioeconomic status, and age. 
Incidents of racism and all forms of bias or discrimination that result in the assault on an individual’s dignity and self-worth do not belong in our school. From revising schoolwide systems to defining individual responsibilities, we will continuously apply a critical and equity-based lens to improve our school’s policies and practices. This includes the development and application of clear and consistent consequences for when acts of injustice occur.
As a community bound by the primary objective of learning, we believe that our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice will empower not only our students but all members to courageously advocate for a more just world.