Woodcrest School has expanded its course offerings to include middle school, sixth through eighth grade. On Sept. 13, Woodcrest hosted the Encino Chamber of Commerce, Congressman Brad Sherman’s office, Assemblyman Matt Dabaneh, Councilmember Bob Blumenfeld’s office, local community leaders and parents to celebrate the official opening of the new middle school.
Woodcrest Middle School’s Head of School, Rebecca Coen, told local dignitaries that the middle school students would be leading the ribbon cutting and accepting the accolades from the community. “Our students are the key to our future. They are the reason that we are here developing and implementing this expanded program,” she said. Students ran the ceremony and posed for pictures with community officials. The students especially enjoyed being the ones to cut the ribbon with the gigantic ceremonial scissors.
Since 1969, Woodcrest School has been on the forefront of providing exceptional education at affordable tuition levels. While many private schools have set tuition out of reach for most middle-income families looking for school options, Woodcrest seeks to support the whole family. Woodcrest prides itself on its ability to serve all families without compromising the quality of education. The school has developed a 1:1 laptop program for the middle school, expanded wireless access throughout the school campus, remodeled the face of the school and is embarking on a new Makers’ Space program.
Woodcrest Middle School is enjoying solid demand for the newly expanded middle school program and will host open-forum informational open houses on Oct. 20, Nov. 15 and Jan. 10 to showcase the school’s offerings. Families interested in attending Preview Day can sign-up here: sgv.csarts.net/learnmore.