As of March 30, Westridge has moved to remote learning; as a precaution in response to the COVID-19 crisis, campus is closed until further notice.
For more information and details on remote learning, please click here.
Westridge is honored to have been selected as one of the Metro Los Angeles Top Workplaces in April 2013, determined solely on employee feedback.
The employee survey was conducted by a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement, which conducts regional Top Workplaces programs with 37 major publishing partners and recognizes a list of 150 National Top Workplaces.
Westridge School is an independent day school for college-bound girls located in Pasadena, California. Founded in 1913, the school has an enrollment of approximately 480 girls in grades 4 through 12 and has a long-standing reputation for the excellence of its academic program. The student/faculty ratio is 6:1.
Why Work at Westridge:
Westridge is located 15-minutes from downtown Los Angeles. The Southern California region is home to several world-class museums and restaurants, and includes excellent outdoor opportunities for the biking, swimming, surfing, and hiking enthusiast.
Salaries are competitive. Employment at Westridge includes excellent health benefits including full medical, dental, and vision coverage and participation in an ample retirement plan with TIAA-CREF. After working at Westridge full-time for one year, employees who contribute a minimum of two percent of their salary to retirement receive an additional seven percent of salary, contributed by Westridge, to their retirement account.
Other benefits include a generous holiday schedule, disability insurance, group life insurance, workers’ compensation insurance, a flexible spending plan, and a rideshare/public transit/bike-walk incentive program.
Current Job Openings:
- Director of Teaching & Learning. Westridge is seeking a director of teaching and learning to collaborate with academic leaders and faculty to implement the school’s goals related to curriculum development and innovation in support of its new strategic plan. This is an exciting challenge for someone who is keen to work with a nationally recognized girls’ school to review and inform a comprehensive program update focused on academic excellence, innovation and relevance. The ideal candidate will be an educational leader with both classroom and administrative experience. This individual will also have experience designing and mapping diversity-responsive curriculum across grade levels and the skills necessary to mentor and develop faculty. This position is responsible for providing instructional guidance informed by institutional data and research-based strategies. Reporting to the senior director for enrollment management and student outcomes, the successful candidate will bring strong collaborative leadership skills, curriculum development, and teaching experience to this newly created role. Click here to learn more.