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

Inside Wildwood

Students Travel to Nepal, Guatemala, and Uruguay During Wildwood's International Community Involvement (ICI) Trips

ICI trips allow students to put their education into action and they return with a better understanding of their world—and their role within it.


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?

Siena, a Stanford freshman, continues to create her next chapter.

Siena is an artist, musician, singer-songwriter, performer, actor, and director. The only question for her is, what's next?

We model character

We unleash explorers


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

At Wildwood, social and emotional competencies are central to our education of the whole child. Read the article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review that supports our approach.

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The Wildwood Way

Brave thinking requires fertile ground to inspire its growth. Wildwood's advisory program already incubates this brave spirit in our middle and high schoolers—now the world seeks our approach.

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Centered in the Middle

Wildwood’s Director of Middle School, Dan Glass delivered a powerful and entertaining Back to School Night speech to parents. It’s a wonderful take on poetry, learning, and adolescence.

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“The personal attention and belief instilled in me by my teachers and fellow classmates at Wildwood was instrumental in my development as a human being and a citizen of this world.”

– Matt Levy, '04

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