Welcome to Wise School – where our vision is to inspire and empower our students and their families to learn deeply about our world and Jewish heritage, to be creative, and to experience wholeness so that we can make great happen in our community, our nation, Israel, and the world. Throughout these pages, you will see examples of our vision in action – from our youngest students in Early Childhood (preschool), to our Kindergarteners, to our oldest students in 6th grade.

I’m continually in awe by how amazing this place is, made all the more incredible by the talented staff, lay-leaders, and parents who make up this diverse community. I hope you will have a chance to experience our warm Wise School community, if you have not already. And, I look forward to welcoming you to campus next time you are here.

Tami Weiser
Head of School

Our Vision

Learn Deeply

Through depth, complexity and differentiation, students at Wise School are engaged in the process of learning how to learn.

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Be Creative

By applying their creativity, children voice their independence, expand their minds, and work towards achieving their greatest potential.

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Experience Wholeness

Our students experience wholeness, by making interdisciplinary connections through development of mind, body, and soul.

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Making Great Happen

Our History

40 Years of Jewish Education
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Our Future

A Vision for the Future
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Fast Facts

  • Parenting Center: 100
  • Early Childhood: 190
  • K-6: 315
  • Parenting Center: N/A
  • Early Childhood (First Steps): 4:1
  • Early Childhood: 7:1
  • K-6: 10:1
  • Parenting Center: 12
  • Early Childhood (First Steps): 8
  • Early Childhood: 14
  • K-6: 20

San Fernando Valley Private School League, Grades 4-6.

  • Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball
  • Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer
  • Boys’ Flag Football
  • Boys’ and Girls’ Volleyball

Wise School  has been granted accreditation by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

With a commitment to socio-economic diversity within the school community, Wise School offers needs-based scholarship on demonstrated need, using a confidential process that ensures each family’s privacy. Aid is awarded without regard to race, nationality or ethnic origin.
The financial aid application deadline for the 2019-2020 academic year has passed. If you have questions regarding information for the 2019-2020 academic year, please contact our financial aid manager, Jillian Moore.

Contact Us

Wise School
15500 Stephen S. Wise Drive
Los Angeles, CA. 90077


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