The school has a fair amount of diversity in their student body. Every age of student attends there from fresh high school graduates, middle aged parents, and even some elder students. The schools ethnic diversity is fairly average. A large number of Hispanics attend, but they all seem to be very young students. The school has actually started working with the local Terrell high school and now offer classes just for high school students so that they can begin earning college credits before they even graduate. There is also just an average feel of diversity in politics, religion, and sexuality. I have never experienced or heard of any discrimination against anyone for it. Because of this, I feel that most people are comfortable about being open about who they are and it allows for great class discussions. We are able to discuss subjects with many different perspectives and have a great learning experience.