Our faculty teach with courage, open-hearts, agile minds, and an unwavering commitment and determination to effectively support each and every one of our students. We are inspired by the curiosity and authenticity our students bring into each classroom at Redwood Day. Along with the incredible partnerhip between home and school, our students are poised to grow into great.
Our curriculum at Redwood Day is benchmarked against the highest standards of academic excellence. We challenge students in ways that uniquely suit them and provide the support they need to succeed and excel. Intentionally weaving and integrating social and emotional development with our academics underlies the curriculum of Redwood Day. Our multifaceted, cutting edge program provides every student with a comprehensive foundation of academic skills, a consistent engagement with diverse content, and a clear sense of how best to advocate for herself as a learner. From kindergarten all the way through to 8th grade, students study the core academic areas of language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Integrated into our core curriculum is a prominent thread of specialist classes and activities, including world language, visual and performing arts, health and wellness, physical education, gardening, technology, and experiential learning. Principles of innovation and design are built into every grade level, from core to co-curricular programs. Students also have the opportunity to grow and nourish the seeds of their imagination and creativity in our state-of-the-art Innovation and Design, art, and music studios. The K-8 curriculum provides a cohesive scope and sequence that scaffolds academic learning and character development to ensure that students are nurtured, challenged and stretched in ways that uniquely fit them. At Redwood Day, our students 21st century learners, own their educational journeys, and are empowered to take healthy risks in a safe environment that supports and honors each individual as an integral member of a diverse and engaged community of learners.

Contact

For more information, please contact Cheryl Ting, Assistant Head of School at 510.534.0804, ext. 221.