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We celebrate childhood and embrace it as the time of life when the most robust learning occurs. With our focus on Junior Kindergarten through 8th grade, we let kids be kids, without the pressure to grow up too fast. We help them navigate the tricky spots. Kids feel safe to learn here and that gives them the confidence to try new things.
Welcome! Fall 2021 | Prospective Family Information
At The Riviera Ridge School we are committed to being and raising human beings who model purpose beyond self, participate actively in service-learning in and out of the classroom, continue helping others in need, and actively seek out opportunities to participate in philanthropy with every member of our school community from the first moment they step foot on our beautiful campus.

Fall 2021 Fast Facts
  • 11.5 acres to host up to a max of 235 students on campus at the same time
  • 28 indoor classrooms with newly added classroom air-filtration systems 
  • 20+ outdoor classroom spaces for all grade level cohorts to use daily 
    • 3 outdoor hard surface play spaces 
    • 2 large outdoor soft-surface play spaces
    • Outdoor swimming pool for safe return to individual and small group physical education
  • “Flex-faculty” have been hired to support teachers in the classroom
  • School Nurse on campus every day
  • Full time cleaning staff on campus daily/evening cleaning crew every night Monday-Friday
  • All JK-8th grade students have received and been assigned the appropriate 1:1 technology devices to work at home or school
  • Art, Music, Physical Education, Science and Spanish along with the Kaleidoscope and SEL Signature Programs for all JK-8th grade students in addition to core curricular programs
  • All Middle School students participate in the following electives along with Middle School Success Seminar:
    • Creative, Performing & Visual Arts
    • Leadership & Service
    • Physical Fitness and Student Wellness
    • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) 
  • The Riviera Ridge School currently has JK through 8th grade students on campus for in-person learning with our Remote Learning plans also available for families who want to choose to stay in remote learning for the 2021-22 school year.
  • Per the State of California's most recent https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/mandates, and the updated 8/27/21 CDPH Guidelines for the reopening of schools, all school reopening guidelines for health and safety have been updated. Please see the Student-Family Handbook for more information. 
The Riviera Ridge School continues to have limited availability for enrollment for the current school year. If you are interested in applying to The Riviera Ridge School for the 2021-2022 school year, please contact Molly Seguel at mseguel@rivieraridge.org for more information.

The overarching skills a Riviera Ridge graduate leaves with:

  • Adaptivity and Flexible Thinking
  • Social Confidence
  • Ethical Responsibility
  • Critical Thinking & Problem-Solving
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Comfort with Failure
  • Self Advocacy
  • College Readiness & Literacy
At The Riviera Ridge School, we give equal weight to the intellectual, ethical, and social and emotional dimensions of a child’s development. We believe that the growth of a child's character is as important as the academic skills he or she learns.

Innovative programs in design thinking, visual and performing arts, athletics, and service-learning are included in every student's education at The Riviera Ridge School. Students are also introduced to Kaleidoscope, our one-of-a-kind academic program, that explores the history and culture of world religions. In addition, as students enter the middle school years, all students enjoy opportunities for outdoor education and global education experiences. 

The result? Graduates who are prepared to succeed in high school. And young people who are bright, who are confident, and who care about the world around them.