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Wildwood School

Private | K-12 | 720 students


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Posted September 23, 2013

I used to have concerns that Wildwood was strong in liberal arts but not so strong in math & science. But currently my child is taking a math class 2 years ahead of grade level while a group of students in his same grade are 3 years ahead in math. The science program is inspiring and fun yet rigorous in teaching scientific methodologies. One of my two children at Wildwood would certainly get better grades at a school that is more structured and directed. But we believe that the challenge of Wildwood's open ended assignments will provide a stronger foundation for success in the future. The teachers at Wildwood are incredibly caring and compassionate, and are always approachable. I would prefer a different head of school---someone less promotional with stronger leadership skills. We have found the "ruling class" of Wildwood families to be cliquish, unwelcoming, and obsessed with status (as perhaps many expensive private schools are). But our children have made some good friends at Wildwood and have many friends outside of school.
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Posted August 26, 2013

I attended Wildwood School for two years and having had experience at other schools I can genuinely appreciate what Wildwood offers. A Wildwood education is truly comprehensive. The teachers treat each student as an individual by helping to develop their unique strengths and challenging their deficits. The evaluations provide so much more than a single letter grade, you clearly understand where you have exceeded expectations and how you can work to improve in other areas. Students are encouraged to communicate proficiency orally, visually, or verbally, which is tremendously confidence building. There are many extracurricular opportunities for academic enrichment generated by students, teachers, and from outside venues. The preparation for college was excellent and everyone in my class was accepted by their first choice school. I am much more prepared for college because of the work I did at Wildwood. I wish every student in the country could be educated this way!

Posted October 11, 2012

My daughter graduated from Wildwood last year, and now attends an ivy league college in NYC. I was worried that this progressive education (which I loved) would leave her unprepared for such a big college experience. I was completely wrong to worry- she actually seems more prepared than many of her peers who went to more traditional schools. She is able to solve problems and seek out help when she needs it. I am thrilled that she was able to get such a good education, (leading to such an amazing college choice,) but still had a wonderful and balanced high school experience.
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Posted May 24, 2012

Wildwood progressive attitude towards education is something to be recognized. As a graduate, I was excited and prepared to enter the world of college and real life with my Wildwood education. It taught me the importance of my own voice. The environment of staff and students were nothing less of encouraging and supportive. I cannot thank Wildwood enough for everything it has given me.

Posted May 20, 2012

This school is an amazing progressive school if hat is what you want for you child.
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Posted May 3, 2012

Anyone who knows anything about this school will recognize that the previous reviews are extremely suspect. This is an excellent progressive school with an inspired and inspiring staff of teachers. The children leave well prepared for college and for life.

Posted June 3, 2011

My kid also came here for one year. She hated it. The entire experience was dreadful, especially because of the lack of intellectual stimulants my child received, so we switched to Campbell Hall. And THAT was the best choice of my life.
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Posted June 3, 2011

At wildwood, my kids failed to gain a sufficient education due to arrogant kids and mediocre teachers. I wish i sent them to a better school such as Harvard Westlake or Campbell Hall where it is at least challenging and many more programs are offered. Also, the grading system at Wildwood is very hard to understand and I would have prefferred a normal letter grade system. My kids failed to be accepted into any prestigious colleges and now both attend Visible school - Music and worships arts college.
—Submitted by a parent

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Ethnicity This school
White 85%
Two or more races 7%
Black 4%
Asian 2%
Hispanic 2%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 0%
Source: NCES, 2009-2010

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11811 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Phone: (310) 478-7189


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