Justin Carunchia teaches an introduction-level Spanish class to the Upper School.
Menlo Drama presents Something Rotten! on the Spieker Stage.
The whole Menlo community gathers for a celebration of international culture at the Global Expo.
Menlo’s Middle Schoolers are greeted by their teachers on the first day of the 2022-23 school year.
The Upper School Girls’ Varsity basketball team plays against Notre Dame on Senior Night.

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May 15 2024 | recent news

Disney Descendants Comes to Menlo Middle School

Middle School Drama presents a wickedly funny twist on your favorite Disney stories.

May 13 2024 | recent news

Menlo Makerpalooza

The Upper School Quad was transformed into a Menlo Maker Faire for Makerpalooza, the annual Science and Engineering exhibit celebrating student innovation and ingenuity.

May 9 2024 | recent news

KnightLine: Lifelong Learning: Menlo’s Commitment to Professional Development

In this KnightLine, Upper School Dean of Teaching and Learning Bridgett Longust explains how Menlo’s intentional investments in professional development help our teachers and students discover their best selves.

May 6 2024 | recent news

New SEIA Grant Inspires Summer Service

The Coat of Arms covers of a new grant opportunity at Menlo. 
, May 5, 2024

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.


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.

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