Westridge School is a place where girls in grades 4 through 12 are educated to think critically and creatively; to embrace collaboration and independent learning; to embody confidence and conviction in what they say and do.

 Central to the Westridge School program is how girls learn. The benefit of a three-division school is the scaffolded program that builds, year after year, upon the foundation of developmental, intellectual, social, and emotional growth of young women. 

 We are  a school committed to each girl, to her unique qualities as an individual, to helping her find her voice and her chosen path. We are  a community that encourages her to explore her interests; to be a problem solver who is prepared, inquisitive, innovative, informed, and articulate.

 There is no singular Westridge experience. Westridge girls and teachers are as different as fingerprints and so, too, are their experiences of, and at, Westridge School. Together, the institution and the individuals breathe life into Westridge. As a sum of very diverse parts,

We are Westridge.

Summer at Westridge

Westridge School is excited to offer an innovative

summer program providing an opportunity for girls to hone

scientific and technical skills, develop passions, and

engage in their communities and beyond.

The Lower and Middle School program is open to girls, from all schools,

entering grades 3-8. These programs are led by Westridge’s incredible faculty

members and hosted on the school’s beautiful, green campus in the heart of Pasadena.

The summer travel program is offered to Westridge Upper School students. 

Learn More About Summer Program »


Current Events

The Westridge Theatre Department, which stages three productions each year, offers girls opportunities to learn all facets of production. A limited number of tickets for "Into the Woods" are still available. Performances are 7 p.m., Friday, March 13; 7 p.m., Saturday, March 14; and 2 p.m., Sunday, March 15.
Emma Rothenberg '15 has been selected as a finalist in the English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition, a program where high school students nationwide read, analyze, perform and recite monologues and sonnets.
Upper School PE is thriving with a three-times-a-rotation class that embraces a robust variety of exercise including Zumba, spin, Kung Fusion (a fusion of martial arts), yoga, and occasional units in sports such as archery or badminton.
Seventh Grade teacher Barbra Chabot discoverd that the cell division process known as mitosis would be perfect for a stop-motion animation project.
As part of a Research in Science class lunch talks series that launched this winter, 12th Grade girls present 15-20 minute talks introducing research they are working on at Caltech University and Children's Hospital: Los Angeles, and discuss the progress and future direction of their yearlong elective projects.
    • FriMar06 All School Day
    • MonMar23 Interim/Discovery/Experiential Week
    • TueMar24 Interim/Discovery/Experiential Week
    • WedMar25 Interim/Discovery/Experiential Week
    • ThuMar26 Interim/Discovery/Experiential Week
    • FriMar27 Spring Break
    • MonMar30 Spring Break
    • TueMar31 Spring Break
    • WedApr01 Spring Break
    • ThuApr02 Spring Break
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An independent day school for
college-bound girls, grades 4–12
324 Madeline Drive
Pasadena, California 91105
Phone: 626.799.1153
Fax: 626.799.9236
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