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The 5th grade culminated their work in Systems Thinking around human oppression, resistance, and activism with an ambitious and inspiring show.
In his latest Head's Perspective Blog Landis Green discusses why Wildwood School has never offered AP courses.
All week long, both campuses were buzzing with the energy of teachers learning.
A team of K-12 faculty and administrators attend the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Think Tank on Global Education.
After studying ancient cultures this year in Humanities, for their final project, 6th grade students turned their focus to our contemporary world.
For the last exhibitions of the school year, 3rd grade science, 4th grade visual arts, and 5th grade performing arts students exhibited their hard work.
This spring we had 162 athletes participate in grades 5-12, fielding teams in soccer, boys indoor volleyball, track and field, tennis, girls beach volleyball, and swimming.
Congratulations and a job well done to the middle and upper school cast and crew of "Into the Woods!"
Organized by students, the Human Rights Activist Fair exposed students to a range of organizations and causes locally and globally.
The Literacy Events Committee (LEC) recently brought author Cornelia Funke to the elementary campus to speak with 3rd-5th graders.
The $250,000 matching grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation will help launch the new Institute for Social Good and Community Leadership in the fall.


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
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