Welcome to Woodcrest Middle School

Grades 6-8

Located on a beautiful, newly renovated 2.5 acre site in the heart of Tarzana in the San Fernando Valley, Woodcrest Middle School, offers exceptional sixth through eighth educational program. Woodcrest is distinguished by its commitment to excellence in classroom and co-curricular education in a small, nurturing environment that prepares students to live and thrive in a 21st century world.

Woodcrest Middle School is an independent, nondenominational, coeducational day school that provides a wonderful setting for students to discover the excitement of learning in an innovative setting where parents are proud to send their children and be part of a family-like community.

Woodcrest Middle School’s educational programs are grounded in STEAM and are designed to inspire students to pursue their academic and co-curricular passions in small classroom settings that ensure that students can fully immerse themselves in the subjects presented. Students also learn about the importance of charity and providing assistance to others through service learning projects and opportunities at every grade level.

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Our Address:

6043 Tampa Avenue,Tarzana, CA 91356

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The Growth Mindset

Teaching children how to succeed in school has been a topic of debate for many years.  Trends and fads have come and gone, but one theory remains.  Carol Dweck, a professor of psychology at Stanford University, speaks about the importance of developing a growth mindset for real, long-lasting success. In a growth mindset, individuals believe […]

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Teaching Children about Charity

Now that the holidays are behind us, and our children have benefited from the love of friends and families with gifts and toys for Chanukah, it is time to stop and teach our children to give to others. Charity and the spirit of giving have been elevated to a new level in the past few […]

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  • January 5th, 2017
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