Brave thinkers, learners, and doers. Wildwood teaches students the critical skills they need to transform themselves, others, and our global communities.

Inside Wildwood

Wildwood students co-sponsor Human Rights Watch Student Task Force (STF) Fall Leadership Workshop, with this year's campaign focus on the "Global Refugee Crisis."

Photo by Patricia Williams for HRW Student Task Force


Our students—armed with confidence and curiosity—are boldly driven by the vision of a greater world they know they can create.

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Why Wildwood?

Exploring our differences creates community. Multiculturalism goes beyond race and ethnicity.

Multiculturalism program staff members Rasheda, Monique, and Jason were drawn to multicultural work for different reasons—but they share the joy of helping students see in new ways.

We foster community

We create self-starters


Learn more about Wildwood Outreach programs for educators.


The Wildwood approach works; making public and private schools better is central to the Outreach Center's mission.

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The Head's Perspective

The Both/And of Content and Skills in Project-Based Learning: Head of School Landis Green reflects on two recent New York Times articles.

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The Wildwood Way

Research shows that students can more adeptly and successfully navigate the elementary school waters by learning and employing the skills of self-regulation.

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Wildwood Community

Wildwood prides itself on this simple, yet profound educational philosophy: Brave thinkers, learners, and doers. Students were able to apply these important skills during explorations time.

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"Wildwood’s philosophy focuses on developing skills over gathering knowledge. In other words, students at Wildwood learn how to learn."

– Owen Leddy, '15

K–12th grades, authentically progressive since 1971.

Elementary School

12201 Washington Place
Los AngelesCA 90066
(310) 397-3134

Middle and Upper School

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Los AngelesCA 90064
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