At Wildwood, community means commitment, and our members repeatedly demonstrate their dedication through their contributions of time and generosity.


Wildwood School was founded in 1971 by a group of parents and educators with a common vision, and just as the vision has remained strong, so has our sense of community. In the years since Wildwood held its first classes, our community has grown to include thousands of students, parents, grandparents, alumni, and friends. 

As a nonprofit institution, financial support is crucial to delivering the kind of outstanding education our community values. Gifts to Wildwood help provide well-resourced classrooms and professional development for our faculty, enhance Flexible Tuition, and ensure the sustainability of our program over the long term. Wildwood offers many ways to give the gift of your time through volunteer opportunities such as working in classrooms, joining committees, and leading school tours for prospective families.

If you’ve ever sat on the floor in the Commons and listened to the elementary students singing at an All School Meeting, if you’ve participated in Gateways and watched a child or friend present, if you’ve cheered for the volleyball team or laughed uproariously at a Wildwood theater performance, you probably have all the reasons you need to support our school. Your participation—at whatever level is personally meaningful—is what’s most important. Thank you for making Wildwood a philanthropic priority!

The Advancement Office includes the development, communications, and alumni teams and endeavors to advance the mission of Wildwood.

K–12th grades, authentically progressive since 1971.

Elementary School

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

Middle and Upper School

11811 Olympic Boulevard
Los AngelesCA 90064
(310) 478-7189

Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students
Wildwood School policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, sex, gender identity, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local law or ordinance or regulation. Wildwood School also prohibits unlawful discrimination based on the perception that anyone has any of those characteristics or is associated with a person who has or is perceived as having any of those characteristics. All such discrimination is unlawful.
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