The Willows Community School is a Dk-8 Independent School with a balanced, progressive educational approach, serving the greater Los Angeles area. Nationally recognized as a progressive educational leader, The Willows' developmentally structured, cutting-edge curriculum integrates technology and the arts into the classroom. Founded on the principles of experiential learning and thematic instruction, The Willows is rooted in academic excellence and social values. Creativity is fostered in each discipline and is an integral part of the curriculum. Hands-on experiences and collaborative activities are fundamental elements of The Willows coursework, geared to preparing students to become critical-thinking and problem-solving adults, instilled with a life-long love of learning. The Willows strives to provide an environment where children, like those trees for which The Willows is named, bend gracefully in the wind but do not break.
Provided by Assoc. Director Communications Susan Sleeper on Aug 19, 2011
The Willows Community School is located in Culver City, CA. It is a private school that serves 405 students in grades PK,K-8. The Willows Community School is coed (school has male and female students) and is nonsectarian in orientation. The school belongs to the National Association of Independent Schools.
In 2010, The Willows Community School had 7 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.