Coronavirus Information and School Updates

Distance Learning as of March 18, 2020

California Governor Gavin Newsom issued a “Stay at Home” announcement limiting non-essential movement for residents. For this reason, our campus will be closed to our students until further notice. Our Distant Learning Program will continue for our students as scheduled. Our academic team, faculty, and staff is working tirelessly to ensure our students are continuing to thrive during this unprecedented time.

Watch our Head of School Jenn Tolbert welcome our community to their first day of our Distant Learning Program.


We continue to monitor the latest updates and recommendations on COVID-19 and remain in close contact with local officials. Health and safety continues to be at the front of our minds, and all of our decisions are rooted in our concern for families and the community.


Office Hours and Protocols for Presence on Campus

In order to protect the health and safety of our community, adjustments to faculty and staff schedules and access to campus have been made. The office will remain open in order to support our distance learning program and essential business functions during the hours of 9-12:30 pm daily. Parents and staff are strongly discouraged from coming on campus unless it is essential or an emergency. Strict protocols for social distancing, handwashing, and sanitizing are in full effect on campus.