Sarah Adeline Center for Social and Climate Justice is an educational non-profit providing programs to further research and educate communities facing social inequities and climate change in the deep south on the Gulf coast.

 

Our mission is to inspire and build inclusive learning communities through arts, entertainment, and educational programming.

Our programs are offered at our shared school campus with our partners-in-education, Pensacola Private School of Liberal Arts.

Vision

Shared learning that cultivates human connections, builds empathy, and celebrates diversity. 

Programs

Our programs explore social justice and environmental issues through art exhibits, field trips, community events and workshops.

Events

Celebrating 50 Years of Learning with SoLA by spotlighting alumni in a series of events at our new shared campus. 

   

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Sarah Adeline Center is a partner in education with the Pensacola Private School of Liberal Arts.  

The Pensacola Private School of Liberal Arts (SoLA) is a nonsectarian, college preparatory middle and high school. SoLA offers a broad and engaging curriculum designed to provide a strong foundation for academic excellence, develop the potential of students, and cultivate independent thinkers while encouraging creativity, integrity, and balance. 

 

Sarah Adeline Center will be presenting a series of events during the 2019-2020 school year to celebrate SoLA's 50 Years of Learning and to launch our developing partnership. 

 

For more information on SoLA visit:

www.thepensacolasola.com

https://www.facebook.com/pensacolasola

Non-discrimination Policy

Sarah Adeline Center for Social and Climate Justice shall not discriminate in admissions and hiring practices in violation of the law including race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, weight, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation.

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