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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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INVOLVED PARENTS BUILD SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN

Some of the best advice I received from a friend, when my daughter was starting kindergarten, was to get involved with her school. Studies show that when families are involved with their child’s education it has a positive impact on their development. Being an active parent in your child’s school life will encourage them to succeed, regardless of a family’s financial status or academic achievements. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "Involved Parents Build Successful Children."


 
ALL ABOUT SCIENCE

Children are naturally curious, they always have an abundance of questions for both parents and teachers; "Why does the sun shine?" "What makes cars move?" "Who made the ocean?" "Where do birds sleep?" Questions such as these are opportunities to teach science to your child. Children who are exposed to science at a young age will be more inclined to be interested in science as teens and young adults. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "All About Science."


 
HOW TO HANDLE THE HORRORS OF HOMEWORK

Almost every family at some time or other is faced with the problem of "homework." Even the sweetest child may be resistant. Many children have a difficult time feeling motivated to complete their work when they get home, at the end of the day. The question is "what to do?" We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "How to Handle the Horrors of Homework."


 
INVOLVED PARENTS BUILD SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN

Some of the best advice I received from a friend, when my daughter was starting kindergarten, was to get involved with her school. Studies show that when families are involved with their child’s education it has a positive impact on their development. Being an active parent in your child’s school life will encourage them to succeed, regardless of a family’s financial status or academic achievements. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "Involved Parents Build Successful Children."


 
ALL ABOUT SCIENCE

Children are naturally curious, they always have an abundance of questions for both parents and teachers; "Why does the sun shine?" "What makes cars move?" "Who made the ocean?" "Where do birds sleep?" Questions such as these are opportunities to teach science to your child. Children who are exposed to science at a young age will be more inclined to be interested in science as teens and young adults. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "All About Science."


 
HOW TO HANDLE THE HORRORS OF HOMEWORK

Almost every family at some time or other is faced with the problem of "homework." Even the sweetest child may be resistant. Many children have a difficult time feeling motivated to complete their work when they get home, at the end of the day. The question is "what to do?" We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "How to Handle the Horrors of Homework."


 
INVOLVED PARENTS BUILD SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN

Some of the best advice I received from a friend, when my daughter was starting kindergarten, was to get involved with her school. Studies show that when families are involved with their child’s education it has a positive impact on their development. Being an active parent in your child’s school life will encourage them to succeed, regardless of a family’s financial status or academic achievements. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "Involved Parents Build Successful Children."


 
ALL ABOUT SCIENCE

Children are naturally curious, they always have an abundance of questions for both parents and teachers; "Why does the sun shine?" "What makes cars move?" "Who made the ocean?" "Where do birds sleep?" Questions such as these are opportunities to teach science to your child. Children who are exposed to science at a young age will be more inclined to be interested in science as teens and young adults. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "All About Science."


 
HOW TO HANDLE THE HORRORS OF HOMEWORK

Almost every family at some time or other is faced with the problem of "homework." Even the sweetest child may be resistant. Many children have a difficult time feeling motivated to complete their work when they get home, at the end of the day. The question is "what to do?" We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "How to Handle the Horrors of Homework."


 
INVOLVED PARENTS BUILD SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN

Some of the best advice I received from a friend, when my daughter was starting kindergarten, was to get involved with her school. Studies show that when families are involved with their child’s education it has a positive impact on their development. Being an active parent in your child’s school life will encourage them to succeed, regardless of a family’s financial status or academic achievements. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "Involved Parents Build Successful Children."


 
ALL ABOUT SCIENCE

Children are naturally curious, they always have an abundance of questions for both parents and teachers; "Why does the sun shine?" "What makes cars move?" "Who made the ocean?" "Where do birds sleep?" Questions such as these are opportunities to teach science to your child. Children who are exposed to science at a young age will be more inclined to be interested in science as teens and young adults. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "All About Science."


 
HOW TO HANDLE THE HORRORS OF HOMEWORK

Almost every family at some time or other is faced with the problem of "homework." Even the sweetest child may be resistant. Many children have a difficult time feeling motivated to complete their work when they get home, at the end of the day. The question is "what to do?" We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "How to Handle the Horrors of Homework."


 
INVOLVED PARENTS BUILD SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN

Some of the best advice I received from a friend, when my daughter was starting kindergarten, was to get involved with her school. Studies show that when families are involved with their child’s education it has a positive impact on their development. Being an active parent in your child’s school life will encourage them to succeed, regardless of a family’s financial status or academic achievements. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "Involved Parents Build Successful Children."


 
ALL ABOUT SCIENCE

Children are naturally curious, they always have an abundance of questions for both parents and teachers; "Why does the sun shine?" "What makes cars move?" "Who made the ocean?" "Where do birds sleep?" Questions such as these are opportunities to teach science to your child. Children who are exposed to science at a young age will be more inclined to be interested in science as teens and young adults. We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "All About Science."


 
HOW TO HANDLE THE HORRORS OF HOMEWORK

Almost every family at some time or other is faced with the problem of "homework." Even the sweetest child may be resistant. Many children have a difficult time feeling motivated to complete their work when they get home, at the end of the day. The question is "what to do?" We invite you to read Executive Director Shosh Byron's latest blog, "How to Handle the Horrors of Homework."


 
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