MENLO SCHOOL • SINCE 1915

Cody Carefoot teaches 7th grade history.
Menlo’s varsity football team takes on Menlo-Atherton High on Cartan Field. Photo by Patrick Jabal.
Mandarin students made dumplings in celebration of the Lunar New Year.
Menlo Drama performs Antigone on a modified Spieker Center stage.

Inspiring lives of

meaning, impact, and joy

Menlo News

 
February 16 2024 | recent news

Matters of the Heart

Menlo Middle Schoolers build empathy and belonging through the Hearts Project.

 
January 22 2024 | recent news

ANTIGONE Anew

For the first time in Menlo Drama history, the audience will surround the cast onstage for a theater-in-the-round performance of ANTIGONE!

 
February 2 2024 | recent news

Making Meaning After Menlo

Three Menlo alumni, following their hearts on three very different journeys, come back to campus to inspire students to pursue their passions.

 
January 26 2024 | recent news

HAND Foundation Fellowships Spark Transformative Journeys

Summer Fellowships inspire Menlo students to “think globally and act with compassion.”

Upper School

In grades 9-12, students are immersed in a stimulating academic environment and encouraged to try new things, make new friends, and discover or nourish a passion through our thoughtfully designed curriculum and enthusiastically supported co-curricular opportunities.

Students gather on the Quad during 9th Grade Orientation

Middle School

Our 6-8 curriculum, centered around our Habits of Heart and Mind and Habits of Learning, is designed to help students realize their potential and develop an excitement for learning through their relationships with bright, dynamic teachers who inspire, challenge, and nurture.

Belonging

Menlo strives to be a community where every person feels welcomed, seen, valued, heard, affirmed, and cared for. Through our entire community’s commitment to our shared values of empathy, respect, reflection, restoration, and recognition, everyone will have the opportunity to be a full participant in the life of the School and leave a lasting legacy as their best and authentic self.

EDIB at Menlo

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