Menlo School believes that strong relationships among our students, faculty and staff, parents and grandparents, alumni and alumni parents fosters in each group a sense of their place in the School’s history and a feeling that they belong to the Menlo “family.”
To this end, a diverse academic and extracurricular environment provides wide-ranging opportunities for all to be involved in the life of the School, from evenings devoted to student poetry, creative writing, music, photography, drama or dance to afternoons of athletic competitions.
The School’s parent organizations—the Upper School’s Menlo School Association (MSA) and the Middle School Menlo School Association (MS-MSA)—provide forums for the exchange of issues and concerns and opportunities to participate in fundraising activities that support worthwhile projects throughout the year.
Graduates of Menlo have a variety of reasons to come back to campus during the school year, and alumni can stay well connected by joining our online community.
Music@Menlo, once exclusively a summer program, is becoming more active in the year-round school experience. And there’s plenty more to experience on campus in June, July and August, thanks to summer programs, sports camps and the Summer Brass Institute.
Staying involved and supporting the Menlo School “Community of One” —now and in the years ahead—has never been easier, more fun or more important!