Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and many others are stupendous opportunities to bring your entire school together with a shared message of celebration that’s both educational and entertaining!

Here are some outstanding Cultural Diversity Assembly Ideas. Our multicultural school assemblies can help your students and faculty promote inclusion, tolerance, and kindness.  Call 800-883-9883 or visit each program’s web page linked below to learn more. Request information for prices and date availability in your location.

Diversity Circus is an elementary aged, circus-themed character education assembly that teaches students we’re all different and all the same. Includes Dr. King’s message of acceptance, cultural diversity, diversity in the classroom, being fair, and more. Support your school’s PBIS program and anti-bullying efforts.

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Diversity Circus school assembly engages students and celebrates multicultural diversity

Art of Inspiration w/ Richard Hight can be customized to include a portrait of Dr. King, Barack Obama, or another historical or political figure. The custom artwork that Richard creates (which your school keeps!) is also the foundation for his keynote presentation and discussion. Great for Black History Month, President’s Day, and many other holidays and multicultural awareness months.


Artist Richard Hight sketches Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and shares his message to students

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Artist Richard Hight standing next to his portrait of Barack Obama 

Violin Rocks! w/ Geoffrey Castle brings students on a journey exploring different cultures from which various genres of music have been sourced throughout history, including Celtic, Middle-Eastern, Bluegrass, Classical, and Rock. Customize your musical school assembly to emphasize this multicultural celebration of sound and forever change students’ misconceptions of what’s possible with a violin, and within themselves.


Violinist Geoffrey Castle takes students on a journey to explore music from many cultures in his Violin Rocks! school assembly and workshops

Zonda Kids Dance w/ Chris “Zondaflex” Tyler will have your students up and moving with hip hop dance, music, and some comedy too!  Beyond dance moves and strategies for success, Chris can customize his Zonda Kids Dance program to include a Black History Month or other cultural awareness message along with his already included topics of Overcoming Adversity, the Power of Perseverance, Kindness, Respect, and others.


Students engaged in the Zonda Kids Dance school assembly in Marlboro, Maryland  

Unique Game Show is great for Black History Month, Social Studies, and incorporating your school’s history curriculum. Your school may fully customize the questions and answers to virtually any topic! Multicultural, ancient civilizations, Jewish Holidays, Catholic Schools Week, and many others. It’s a great way for your students to work together while reinforcing their studies.

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Unique Game Show encourages students to work together while reinforcing their studies 

Crystal Clear Science can represent Women’s History Month and Women in Science and Women in STEM. Certified teacher and presenter, Michelle White, will teach your elementary and middle school students about Science focused in one of five topic areas. Crystal Clear Science makes REAL science REALLY fun!

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Michelle White demonstrates a science experiment in her Crystal Clear Science school assembly

Looking for more great school assembly ideas or want to find out more?  Call 800-883-9883 or request information for prices and date availability in your location.