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.

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Founded in 1913, Westridge School is a 100-year-old
independent day school for collegebound girls, grades 4 through 12, 
located in Pasadena, California.

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Current Events

News
Middle School Debate team took 1st place in the Tournament Award for Percentage of Wins, meaning the Westridge Team had the highest percentage of wins than other 42 teams.
This year, the photos that will fill many senior yearbook pages are the work of a talented photographer―and Westridge student― who is donating her proceeds to hospitalized children who are critically ill. Angela '16, who recently added senior portraits to her repertoire, has been working as a professional photographer since 2012-- capturing birthday parties, holiday photo shoots, fashion shows, Bat Mitzvahs, and graduations.
This fall, Westridge 7th Grade English, Middle School Orchestra, and Upper School Creative Writing teamed up for two innovative projects aimed to challenge students to create original content through non-traditional thinking. These projects, conceptualized by English teacher John Cross and orchestra teacher Leo Kitajima, implemented design-based learning.
This year our beloved annual Yam Festival took place on Friday, November 21, and featured baked goods, salads, other culinary masterpieces, as well as the famous latkes! Girls also created a Yam Inspiration station for people to share memories and other "yam-tastic" thoughts and ideas! Established by parents in 1998, the purpose of the festival is to celebrate our diversity through yams, a dietary staple featured prominently in cultures throughout the world.
This year, on Tuesday (December 2 - today!), we are joining the effort to raise awareness about #GivingTuesday, a day dedicated to inspiring personal philanthropy during the holiday season.
Calendar
    • MonDec22 Winter Break begins
    • MonJan05 School Resumes
    • FriJan09 Homecoming
    • SatJan10 Open House 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
    • Day 4
    • Day 5
    • Day 6
    • MonJan19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
    • Day 4
    • Day 5
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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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