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• Wildwood School was established as a progressive, independent
day school for kindergarten through sixth grades in 1971.
• Our middle and upper schools opened in 2000.
• The school has two campuses in Los Angeles.
• Our average total enrollment is 700; we have 300 elementary
school children and 400 middle and upper school students.
• Our head of school is Landis Green.
• Of our students, 22 percent identify as African American, Latino,
Asian, or as members of other ethnic or racial groups.
• We have 150 faculty and staff members, nearly half of whom hold
• Our low student-to-teacher ratio helps ensure that teachers get
to know students, both academically and from a social/emotional
• Since our first graduating class, 98 percent of our seniors have
attended four year colleges or universities.
• Wildwood is the only independent school to receive a prestigious
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grant to serve as a model small
school in Southern California.
• Thousands of educators from across the country have benefited
from professional development workshops given by Wildwood's
• Wildwood is a Coalition of Essential Schools mentor school, and
was the first to be named a mentor school in California.