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Woodcrest Elementary School is an accredited, coeducational private day school for children in kindergarten through fifth grade located on a secure 2.5 acre campus in the West San Fernando Valley. Founded in 1969, Woodcrest Elementary has enriched the lives of children for more than forty years by working with students to develop a strong academic foundation, superior reading skills, leadership and community awareness, and highly proficient users of technology.

Year after year, Woodcrest students score among the top 10% in the nation in standardized tests, rank in the top five in the Valley Interscholastic Sports Association, and flourish as active members of our local community.

Woodcrest School serves the entire San Fernando Valley by providing:

  • Small class sizes
  • Licensed and accredited teachers
  • Sports teams and PE
  • Art and dance studios
  • On-site indoor pool
  • Extended hours of operation
  • State of the art computer lab
  • Laptop carts and iPads
  • Robotics
  • Gifted program for grades 2-5
  • Secure campus
  • Free transportation from Sherman Oaks
  • Accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Read the latest issue of our school newsletter, The Woodcrest Worthy


A Day In Kindergarten

Wonder what it's like in Kindergarten? Check out A Day in the Life of a Kindergartener at Woodcrest School.



THE SECRET GARDEN: FROM DESIGN TO HARVEST

The Secret Garden at Woodcrest: From Design to Harvest


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IT'S JUST A GAME: LEARNING GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP

With so much media attention given to athletes today, the public sees a lot of unacceptable behavior and bad sportsmanship in professional sports. When children observe such behavior from their heroes, they are inclined to imitate them. It’s important that parents and coaches change this negative trend. Learn ways to encourage good sportsmanship in Executive Director Shosh Byron's blog this month, "'It’s just a game.'  Learning Good Sportsmanship".


 
PROTECTING YOUR FAMILY AND HOME IN AN EARTHQUAKE

We are all aware that California is not on solid ground. There are many faults stretching from Washington state to Mexico and beyond. It is important for families to be prepared in the event of an earthquake occurring. Learn ways to prepare your family for earthquakes in Executive Director Shosh Byron's blog this month, "Protecting Your Family and Home in an Earthquake".


 
TEACHING OUR CHILDREN TO MAKE HEALTHY FOOD CHOICES

It is so important in our busy lives to eat healthy, nutritious meals. This is especially important for our children. Healthy foods help stabilize children’s energy, balance their temperament, and keep their minds alert. Parents should be role models for their children and set positive examples. It’s not fair to eat potato chips, cookies, or sodas and expect a child to eat broccoli instead of french fries or an apple instead of ice cream. Learn ways to make healthy food choices in Executive Director Shosh Byron's blog this month, "Teaching Our Children to Make Healthy Food Choices".