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Activist and author Spencer West recently visited with Wildwood 5th graders to share his presentation about overcoming obstacles.
Music, food trucks, home-baked goodies, games, and up-cycled crafts are all hallmarks of a fun-filled GardenPalooza.
Wildwood parent Sari Yoshioka Wexler recently spoke to 9th graders about Japanese American incarceration during World War II.
Eighth graders presented their Into the Wild projects, where they deeply explore a topic they are interested in for an entire school year.
Earth Day activities at the elementary campus included a book swap for students and adults, as well as the 19th annual Trashion Show with upcycled fashions walking the courtyard.
Bestselling author Stuart Gibbs recently visited 3rd-6th graders to share his passion for environmentalism and for writing.
"Hock it in the Hallway" was an opportunity for student entrepreneurs to build business experience, promote their own brands, give back, and showcase their work.
Spring break was full of national and global exploration, with 8th graders going to Washington, D.C. and upper school students visiting Guatemala and Belize.
Grandparents and Special Friends Day welcomed more than 350 visitors to the elementary campus.
Middle and upper school students showcased their hard work in physics, biology, and chemistry at the annual science night.
This week marked Wildwood upper school's first World Leadership Forum, a day of student-led workshops about local and global issues.
Congratulations and thank you to all of the performers, musicians, teachers, and tech crew that made this stunning production of "Les Misérables" possible!

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 admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other school-administered programs.
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