Anika, in seventh grade, and Naksh, in fifth, were among 60 junior golfers selected from more than 600 applicants.
What will you find at Catalina?
Adventurous academics; an open, inclusive setting;
and, above all, a caring community.
Veritas is our school motto, and we hold ourselves to that highest of standards. The learning goes deep. The connections are real. And our students learn to be not only fearless and enthusiastic scholars, but also compassionate and self-aware human beings.
When I started first grade, I knew how to add and subtract. Now I know how to multiply and divide, too!
I was a little nervous the first day of technology class. When we started, I used to type with my index fingers. Now I use my five fingers, and I'm one of the best in my class.
I feel confident that I have developed good study skills and an ability to write. I feel eager and ready to attend high school next year, armed with the skills needed to succeed.
Mixed-grade teams compete in a series of fun games for an event that highlights our relationships.
'Team bonding is what it’s all about, and we were successful at that part.'
As part of their Project of Passion, the students build relationships with Park Lane residents during several holiday visits throughout the year.
The students portrayed a range of colorful creatures in the Upper School's fall musical.
New students and teachers join their circles in a special ceremony as part of our character development program.
Clayton Cranford, author of Parenting in the Digital World, speaks to students and parents about making smart choices online.
The head of school's husband shares fun facts about his home country with seventh-graders.
"Together with your gifts and mine, we will write the next chapter for Santa Catalina School," she says at installation ceremony.
Santa Catalina School admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or sex in the administration of its educational and employment policies, financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.