The school is located on two campuses in the Ojai Valley.The Lower Campus, located near downtown Ojai, enrolls 187 day and resident students in grades pre-kindergarten to eight.
It enrolls 117 day and resident students in grades nine to twelve.
The campus is situated on a former cattle ranch and features dormitories, classrooms, athletic fields, climbing wall and ropes course, a swimming pool, art and ceramics studios, and a state-of-the-art Science and Technology Center.
The academic program on both campuses is challenging and well-rounded, encouraging students to explore their interests, know themselves, and develop a respect for others.
Students participate in outdoor education, equestrian, fine and performing arts programs, as well as athletics and community service.
In the early part of the 20th century, a distinguished Eastern couple settled in the beautiful Ojai Valley and opened a small private school.
Little did they know it would be flourishing almost 100 years later.
Edward Yeomans, a Chicagoan educated at Phillips Academy and Princeton University, had written a series of articles in the Atlantic Monthly on the need for educational reform.
The articles caught the eye of a wealthy businessman, Frank Frost, who persuaded Yeomans to move to Ojai and create a school that would embody his modern ideas.
is a haven of beauty and tranquility nestled on a five-acre hilltop.