How to apply

Welcome to Woodcrest

How to Apply

It is important for you to tour Woodcrest School with our Head of School before you apply. By touring the school you will have an opportunity to see our classrooms, talk to our impressive students, meet your child’s teacher and see if our education philosophy is the right fit for your family. To schedule a tour of our school, please fill out an inquiry form. If you have any questions, please contact the Head of School, Debra Adams at 818-345 3002 or admissions@woodcrestschool.org.

If you have already taken a tour and are ready to start the new student admission process you can do so by pressing the button below to fill out the online new student application form.  Once it is completed, please email the form to admissions@woodcrestschool.org.  We look forward to getting to know you and your child better during the admissions process leading to enrollment in our school community.  

Woodcrest will schedule an assessment of your child after your tour. The assessment and interview allows you and your child to meet with the appropriate members of Woodcrest School staff.  We welcome interested families to attend our annual winter and spring performances, Poetry Night, Science Fair or athletic games to get a feel of our school culture. Please contact our Head of School, Debra Adams by phone at 818-345-3002 or via email at admission@woodcrestschool.org to let us know when you will visit.  Woodcrest School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, athletic, and other school-administered programs.

Small Class Size
Attention is given to each and every student in both small group and individual settings to provide the time needed and understanding to develop strong competency.
Curriculum
For over 50 years, our elite team of teachers offer students a traditional academic foundation accompanied by enrichment, electives, STEAM, foreign language, and P.E. Students score in the top 10% on standardized tests
Open Communications
Good communication is at the foundation of a successful partnership. At Woodcrest we establish frequent and consistent two-way communication with families to ensure that parents are informed of their child's academic progress.
Social Action
In addition to strong academics, Woodcrest students develop empathy and compassion for peers and the community at-large. Daily emphasis is placed on character and peer to peer collaboration and communication.