Mission Statement

Redwood Day inspires students to reach for their next challenge, embrace differences
and develop the intellectual and emotional courage to be ready for anything.

Events

List of 7 events.

  • Dec
    13

    PGA Friday Coffee

    Join other parents in the gallery for a cup of coffee. This Friday's coffee is being hosted by the 7th Grade.
    The Gallery
  • Dec
    14

    Family Open House (K-2 Focus)

    Redwood Day welcomes families with young children to visit our campus and participate in a fun morning of free, family-friendly classes. The classes are geared towards children ages 3-7 and their families. We look forward to a great morning full of hands-on fun! Please RSVP to admissions@rdschool.org 510-534-0800
  • Dec
    14

    Middle School Open House

    The Middle School Open House is a fun and engaging way to learn more about Redwood Day's program, campus, and faculty. This event is designed for prospective middle school families (applying to the 2020-21 school year). Students are encouraged to attend the Middle School Open House with their families. Please register at the link below and feel free to call us with any questions! 510-534-0800
  • Dec
    17

    Faculty Appreciation X Care/X Plus Dinner

  • Dec
    17

    SEED Book Club for Parents/Guardians

    Please join us for dinner + book club hosted by Prism featuring "The Person You Mean to Be" by Dolly Chugh. SEED facilitators will lead an activity and book discussion for adults. Redwood Day is one of a growing number of schools across the globe participating in the 30 year old SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) Project, founded by Peggy McIntosh, at the Wellesley Centers for Women. SEED participants seek to examine our own lives/backgrounds and to learn about others in order to create a community where all members are supported and valued. Participants engage in activities, readings, and films that focus on diversity and connection. Learning more about ourselves and listening to each other helps create and support a more balanced, equitable, inclusive and understanding community. For more information, please contact Meredith Spencer, Director of Equity and Inclusion.
    Library
  • Dec
    19

    End of 1st Semester

  • Dec
    20
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Non-Discrimination Statement

Redwood Day School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression and accords to them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression in administration of its  educational policies, admissions policies, tuition assistance programs, and athletic and other School-administered programs.

News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Ability Awareness Kickoff!

    Ability Awareness kicked off last week with Barbara Bosse from the Wheelchair Foundation visiting Redwood Day and introduced the From the Heart program to the 5th-graders.
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  • The Middle School Fall Play, ”Space Mission #5379: Saving Rachel, Nevada”

    The Middle School Fall Play, Space Mission #5379: Saving Rachel, Nevada begins Thursday, November 14 @ 6:00 p.m. Don’t miss this amazing play written by Laura Winters and directed by our very own Mr. Faso.
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  • Celebrating Diwali

    Parents and guardians organized a Diwali share for the 2nd-grade classes. There were 4 stations where students could do activities or hear stories about Diwali.
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  • Students Strike for Climate Action

    by John Loeser, Head of School
    On Friday afternoon, our Middle School students participated in the Global Climate Strike. Partnering with Loula (8th), Blaise (8th), Taran (8th), Ella (7th), and Aidan (7th), our Science teachers, Simon Alejandrino and Alex Pollard, and our Middle School faculty, led our students to Frank H. Ogawa Plaza in Oakland to make their voices heard!
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  • 3B Studying Bay Area History

    3B took to the Redwoods to learn about Bay Area history before 1772, by reading and writing about traditional Ohlone stories collected by Linda Yamane, a Rumsien Ohlone scholar and basket weaver.
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