Signature Programs


Kaleidoscope News

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  • Sihk Captain America visiting the classroom

    Cartoonist Vishavjit Singh Visits Marymount School

    Rebecca Horrigan
    “Beyond our looks, beyond what we see with our eyes, there is a sea of stories that connect us at a much deeper level,” said Vishavjit Singh, also known as Sikh Captain America, an editorial cartoonist who came to visit Marymount School recently to spread his peaceful message. “We are all part of the same sea called humanity.”
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At Marymount, we prioritize the study of historical, cultural, ethical and moral perspectives through a reflective view of world religions. Through the lens of our signature program, Kaleidoscope, Marymount students are given the unique opportunity to experience and study the traditions and values of world religions and diverse cultures through a global and unifying perspective.

The core values of the Marymount Kaleidoscope Program, are introduced to our students the moment they step on campus with formal studies beginning in 2nd grade. Our students begin with the exploration of personal character, moral values, service learning, and ethical behavior throughout their Lower School experience. 

As students enter the Middle School years, they are invited to participate in our unique study of Service Learning, Ethics, and culminate with a comparative and comprehensive study of World Religions in the 8th grade.

Religious Traditions Explored

Catholicism & Christianity
Native American Traditions

Speaker Partnerships

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  • Cantor Mark Childs

    of Congregation of B’nai B’rith Temple
  • Sikh Captain America - Vishavjit Singh

    N.Y. artist and religious tolerance activist
  • Father Larry Gosselin, OFM

    of the Santa Barbara Mission
  • Julie Tumamait Stenlslie

    Ojai Elder for Chumash tribe
  • Fabio Rambelli

    U.C.S.B. professor of Shinto studies and Head of Shinto Department and author
  • Mary J. Yee

    Chumash author, associate of S.B. Natural History Museum, and Chumash educator and historian
  • Jeremy Harper

    Plein Air Artist with Oak group specializing on local sacred sites