Faculty

  • Gwen Giek

    World Language Dept. Chair and Teacher
    858-569-7900 x 4267
  • Isabelle Coitoux

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x 4157
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  • Laurence Darmalingom-Hoover

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x4222
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  • Kevin Dunn

    Director of Community Engagement
    858-569-7900 x4112
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  • Monica Gallardo

    Associate Director of Middle School Admissions
    858-569-7900 x 4210
  • Ana Goldberg-Estepa

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x 4196
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  • Moises Gomez-Pastor

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x4204
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  • Jenny Huang

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x 4169
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  • Jason Leonard

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x 4333
  • Carol Radchik

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x 4263
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  • Claire Satter

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x4222
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  • Elizabeth Stouffer

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x4204
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  • Christopher Theobald

    Teacher
    858-569-7900 x 4193
  • Nicole Uhland

    858-569-7900 x4195
  • WL Uhland

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US-World Languages

  • French I

    French I
    This is a novice low through intermediate mid-level French course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course is designed to build a strong foundation in reading, writing, listening and speaking within the context of the emerging vocabulary and grammar knowledge. To this end, they will learn major verbs groups, basic greetings and  theme-based vocabulary, so that students can handle most basic daily communicative necessities. Students will also be introduced to French and some Francophone geography, history, and culture. Through thematic units, grammar lessons, writing assignments, speaking and listening exercises, along with project-based learning, students will develop both cultural awareness and communicative skills. 
  • French II

    French II
    This is an intermediate mid through advanced low-level French course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. French II reinforces the basics learned in French 1 and introduces proper uses of past tenses and the future as well as more complex grammatical structures. Oral and written expression is emphasized along with various cultural readings. Students will exercise all language skills through different activities that will include authentic sources such as films, fiction and non-fiction readings, and podcasts.
  • French II Honors

    French II Honors - weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    French II Honors is a continuation of French I. It is a review of grammatical concepts learned in French I, and a completion of the remaining basic French grammar. The emphasis is on correct oral and written expression, and many cultural readings are done in French. Except for grammar explanations and some cultural readings, the class is conducted in French. In contrast to French II, more time is dedicated to development of writing and reading skills.
  • French III

    French III
    This is an advanced low through advanced mid-level French course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. French III continues the work begun in French 2. All four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) as well as cultural appreciation are emphasized. Oral and written expression is emphasized along with cultural readings. Students will exercise all language skills through different activities that will include authentic sources such as films, fiction and non-fiction readings, and podcasts.
  • French III Honors

    French III Honors - weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This is an honors through advanced mid-level French course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course emphasizes enrichment of vocabulary and idiomatic expressions and the development of a solid level of proficiency in speaking, understanding and reading French. Students will undergo a thorough review of all major grammar concepts and an appreciation of the cultural aspects of Francophone countries. Many of the readings in this course will discuss everyday life in those countries. In contrast to French III, more time is dedicated to the development of writing and reading analysis skills. The majority of the class is conducted in French and students are encouraged to only use French in the classroom.
  • French IV

    French IV     
    This is an advanced mid-level French course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. French IV seeks to capitalize upon the knowledge and skills acquired in French 1, 2 and 3. In this course, students will continue to solidify their grammar and syntax as they acquire vocabulary and idiomatic expressions related to everyday life in France and Francophone countries. Students will develop an increasing level of fluency through project-based learning. Current events will serve as the basis for a comparison between French and Francophone culture and that of the United States.
  • French V

    French V
    This course is designed for students who have successfully completed the Upper School French course sequence. At this level, students possess grammar, reading, oral, and listening skills necessary to discuss, write, and read about a variety of topics at a sophisticated level, with greater linguistic accuracy.  To complement the learning of the language, the focus will be on the variouscultural contributions (customs, traditions, literature, music, films, art and ideas) of the people of the Francophone world.
  • Honors French Language

    Honors French Language - Weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This is an advanced high-level French course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course is designed to further develop proficiency in conversation, composition, reading and listening comprehension and analysis. Vocabulary building, grammar review, and critical thinking are embedded within a comprehensive exploration of French culture and civilization. France’s contributions to the wealth of Western civilization from the 16th through the 21st C. will be explored through historical readings, fiction and French cinema. This course is suitable as preparation for the SAT subject test, and the Honors French Literature course.
  • Honors French Literature & Culture

    Honors French Literature - Weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This is an advanced high-level French course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course requires an extensive knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and fluency in conversation. Students will be exposed to French literary history and further develop their writing skills by learning a variety of writing styles, and acquire the basic concepts and terminology of textual analysis. Students will be introduced to representative works of prose, poetry and drama from different literary periods. Authors such as Ronsard, Voltaire, Molière, Rousseau, Hugo,  Balzac, Flaubert, Zola, and 20th C. writers will enable students to acquire a fuller appreciation of the art and the societal impact of literature.
  • Honors Latin American Lit. & Culture I

    Honors Latin American Literature & Culture I -Weighted
    Prerequisites: Honors Spanish Language and Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This course will present Spanish literature and culture and will be conducted entirely in Spanish.  Through discussion, assigned readings, music and film, students will examine Latin America throughout history.  Students will analyze various aspects of Latin American issues, including the origin and significance of contemporary problems, the influence of conquest, responsibilities of women, language of popular culture, cycles of political transformation, US &Latin American relations, and political parties.  The course seeks to motivate, to develop knowledge, and to experience the Latin American culture. 
  • Honors Latin American Lit. & Culture II

    Honors Latin American Literature & Culture II -weighted
    Prerequisites: Honors Latin American Literature I and Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This new course is a survey of the diverse pre-Columbian and New World societies and cultures of Spanish and Portuguese America from the pre-conquest period to the present through a broad interdisciplinary introduction to the historical development of Latin American society, culture, politics, and economics, with a special emphasis on elements such as race, gender, and class.
  • Honors Spanish Language

    Honors Spanish Language - weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This course is designed to review, refine and expand oral proficiency, reading, writing and listening comprehension and to further explore the civilization, culture, history and literature of the Spanish-speaking world.  This is achieved through group, partner and individual practice. Emphasis is placed on conversation, vocabulary and correct usage of the language. Correct pronunciation and oral proficiency are primary goals, requiring a daily emphasis on listening and speaking. The classroom experience will provide an appreciation and development of cultural awareness through various readings, media resources and authentic materials.
  • Latin American Literature & Culture

    Latin American Literature and Culture
    This course is designed for non-native speakers of Spanish who have successfully finished Spanish IV and want to continue Spanish.  This class will further advance the students' creative and critical thinking abilities through student-teacher interaction, discussions, and debates on topics of current interest and / or universal appeal. 
  • Mandarin Chinese I

    Mandarin Chinese I
    Mandarin Chinese I is a full-year introductory course offered to beginners of the language. This course introduces concepts such as proper pronunciation, introductions and details about one’s self. Students in this course will also learn about the geography of China and its people. Students in the course will focus on proper tone and pronunciation while creating presentations about themselves and their lives. 
  • Mandarin Chinese I Advanced

    Mandarin Chinese I Advanced This course is a beginning Mandarin Chinese language course designed for students with some Chinese language background. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, this course is designed to provide students with basic language skills and knowledge. Students are provided with a variety of opportunities to engage in learning tasks for interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communications. Students also explore aspects of Chinese culture that are related to the language under study, compare languages and cultures, and make connections with other subjects and communities. Because this is a beginning course, basic language skills are emphasized so that students can lay down a solid foundation for learning Chinese pronunciation and characters. In addition, students? interests and motivation for learning are taken into consideration through engaging classroom instruction and extracurricular activities.
  • Mandarin Chinese II

    Mandarin Chinese II
    This course is a continuation of Chinese I. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, this course has three main goals. Students will build on the knowledge learned in Chinese I to make significant progress in listening, speaking, writing and reading with new or similar topics. Students will improve their mastery of pronunciation system and their ability to apply sentence structures to short communicative situations. And students will comprehend more complicated sentence structure. The overall objectives are for students to continue to develop the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Chinese. Students will also explore aspects of Chinese culture that are related to language learning, compare languages and cultures, and make connections with other subjects and communities. 
  • Mandarin Chinese II Honors

    Mandarin Chinese II Honors - weighted Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria This honors course covers the material for both Chinese II and some parts of Chinese III. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, this course has three main goals. Students will build on the knowledge learned in Chinese I to make significant progress in listening, speaking, writing and reading with new or similar topics. Students will improve their mastery of pronunciation system and their ability to apply sentence structures to short communicative situations. And students will comprehend more complicated sentence structure. The overall objectives are for students to focus on the further development of the four skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Chinese. Student will be able to communicate and absorb information within each theme area school life, shopping, transportation, weather, dining, and other basic survival topics.
  • Mandarin Chinese III

    Mandarin Chinese III
    Mandarin Chinese III is a continuation of Chinese II. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, this course has four main goals. Students will build on the knowledge of Chinese II to make significant progress in listening, speaking, writing and reading with new topics. Students will comprehend more complicated sentence structures. Students will further develop and deepen the knowledge of Chinese culture. Furthermore, students will have exposure to Chinese literature. The overall objectives are for students to develop intermediate-low level listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Chinese, and to develop basic understanding and appreciation of a variety of Chinese literature and the customs and life in modem China.
  • Mandarin Chinese III Honors

    Mandarin Chinese III Honors - weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This honors course is a continuation of Chinese II. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, this course has four main goals. Students will build on the knowledge of Chinese II to make significant progress in listening, speaking, reading and writing with new or similar topics. Students will comprehend more complicated sentence structure. Students will further develop and deepen the knowledge of Chinese culture. And students will have exposure to Chinese literature. The overall objectives are for students to develop more intermediate-low level listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in Chinese, and to develop basic understanding and appreciation of a variety of Chinese literature and the customs and life in modem China. In contrast to Chinese III, more time is dedicated to development of writing and reading skills.  
  • Mandarin Chinese IV

    Mandarin Chinese IV
    This course is a continuation of Chinese III. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, this course has four main goals. Students will build on the knowledge of Chinese III to make significant progress in listening speaking, writing and reading with new or similar topics. Students will comprehend more complicated sentence structure. Students will further develop their knowledge and understanding of Chinese culture. And students will learn more well-known Chinese literature. The overall objectives are for students to develop more intermediate-mid level listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Chinese, and to develop more understanding and appreciation of a variety of Chinese literature and the customs and life in modem China. 
  • Mandarin Chinese IV Honors

    Mandarin Chinese IV Honors - weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This honors course is a continuation of Chinese III Honors. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, this course has four main goals. Students will build on the knowledge of Chinese III Honors to make significant progress in listening speaking, writing and reading with new or similar topics. Students will comprehend more complicated sentence structure. Students will further develop and deepen the knowledge of Chinese culture. And students will learn more well-known Chinese literature. The overall objectives are for students to develop more intermediate-mid level listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and develop more understanding and appreciation of a variety of Chinese literature and Chinese culture.  In contrast to Chinese IV, more time is dedicated to development of writing and reading skills.  
  • Mandarin Chinese Language & Culture

    Mandarin Chinese Language and Culture This course deepens students? immersion into the language and culture of the Chinese-speaking world. The course prepares students to demonstrate their level of Chinese proficiency across the three communicative modes (interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational) and the five goal areas (communications, cultures, connections, comparison, and communities). Students who complete this advanced Chinese course will develop listening speaking, reading, and writing skills by incorporating topics that are of interest to them Chinese geography, Chinese festivals, changes in modern China, life and wellness, environmental protection, Chinese history, etc. Students will be able to understand Chinese grammar further by highlighting similar or easily confused structures and be able to understand and discuss the Chinese culture and cultural stories.
  • Mandarin Chinese Language & Culture Honors

    Mandarin Chinese Language and Culture Honors – weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This course is a continuation of Chinese IV Honors. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, This course deepens students’ knowledge into the language and culture of the Chinese-speaking world. The course prepares students to demonstrate their level of Chinese proficiency across the three communicative modes (interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational) and the five goal areas (communications, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities). Students who complete this advanced Chinese course will develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills by incorporating topics that are of interest to theme education in China, Chinese geography, Chinese festivals, tourism in China, changes in modern China, etc. Students will be able to understand Chinese grammar further by highlighting similar or easily confused structures and be able to understand and discuss the Chinese culture and present Chinese culture.
  • Mandarin Chinese V

    Mandarin Chinese V
    This course is a continuation of Chinese IV. Following the guidelines of the National Foreign Language Standards, the course prepares students to demonstrate their level of Chinese proficiency across the three communicative modes (interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational) and the five goal areas (communications, cultures, connections, comparison, and communities). Students who complete this course will be able to concentrate on expressing themselves in greater depth in a wider range of daily life topics. They will be able to communicate and absorb information within each theme area such as School life, Chinese cuisines, friends and friendship, communities and Career Development, etc. Students will be able to understand and discuss the Chinese culture.
  • Spanish 1

    Spanish 1
    This is a novice through intermediate low-level Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course introduces students to the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking countries. The main goal of the course is to build a strong foundation of the language through basic reading, writing, listening, and oral activities, as well as acquiring the essential grammatical tools which will enable students to communicate at a basic level. Lastly, students will gain an understanding of the Hispanic culture, customs, and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Spanish 2

    Spanish 2
    This is an intermediate mid-level Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. Students are able to function in a classroom where Spanish is the main language, with a goal of the continual increase in the use of the target language.  There is considerable emphasis on new grammatical forms and structures which allow students to communicate effectively beyond the present tense.  In this course students will begin to read more complex texts.  Lastly, students will continue to gain an understanding of the Hispanic culture, customs and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries through a variety of authentic sources.
  • Spanish 2 Honors

    Spanish 2 Honors - weighted Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria This is an intermediate mid-level honors Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. Students are able to function in a classroom where Spanish is the main language, with a goal of the continual increase in the use of the target language. There is considerable emphasis on new grammatical forms and structures which allow students to communicate effectively beyond the present tense. In this course students will begin to read more complex texts. Lastly, students will continue to gain an understanding of the Hispanic culture, customs and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries through a variety of authentic sources.
  • Spanish 3

    Spanish 3
    This is an intermediate high level Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course focuses on advanced grammar structures and vocabulary to further increase students’ ability to communicate in the target language in authentic situations.  Students will continue to develop both oral and written communication skills, as well as read more complex texts. A strong emphasis is placed on the use of the Spanish language during class meetings.  Lastly, students will continue to gain an understanding of the Hispanic culture, customs, and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries through a variety of authentic sources.
  • Spanish 3 Honors

    Spanish 3 Honors - weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This is an intermediate high level honors Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course focuses on advanced grammar structures and vocabulary to further increase students’ ability to communicate in the target language in authentic situations.  Students will continue to develop both oral and written communication skills, as well as read more complex texts. A strong emphasis is placed on the use of the Spanish language during class meetings.  Lastly, students will continue to gain an understanding of the Hispanic culture, customs, and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries through a variety of authentic sources.
  • Spanish 4

    Spanish 4
    This is an advanced low-level Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course focuses on highly advanced grammar structures and vocabulary to further increase students’ ability to communicate in the target language in authentic situations.  Students will continue to develop both oral and written communication skills, as well as read increasingly complex and authentic texts. Spanish is the main language used during class meetings and students are expected to express themselves and communicate their thoughts and opinions in Spanish.  Students will continue to gain an understanding of, and communicate about the culture, customs, and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries.  Students will continue to be exposed to culture through authentic sources.
  • Spanish 4 Honors

    Spanish 4 Honors- weighted
    Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria
    This is an advanced low-level honors Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards. This course focuses on highly advanced grammar structures and vocabulary to further increase students’ ability to communicate in the target language in authentic situations.  Students will continue to develop both oral and written communication skills, as well as read increasingly complex and authentic texts. Spanish is the main language used during class meetings and students are expected to express themselves and communicate their thoughts and opinions in Spanish.  Students will continue to gain an understanding of, and communicate about the culture, customs, and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries.  Students will continue to be exposed to culture through authentic sources.
  • Spanish 5

    Spanish 5
    This is an advanced intermediate level Spanish course which corresponds to ACTFL (American Council of the Teaching of Foreign Languages) standards.  In this course students will apply new and advanced grammar and vocabulary topics, as well as skills learned in previous years.  This course is conducted entirely in Spanish. Content studied includes history, literature, art, cinema and music. While new grammar concepts are introduced, it is not the primary focus of the course.
  • Spanish I

    Spanish I This course includes development of language skills in the following hierarchy: listening comprehension, oral expression, reading, and writing. Students will learn to express increasingly complex thoughts relevant to their lives through mastering the basic building blocks of the language (vocabulary and structures). Through video and selected activities in the language lab, both cultural awareness and communicative skills will be developed.
  • Spanish I Advanced

    Spanish I Advanced Prerequisite: Spanish IA This course continues the development of language skills in the following hierarchy: listening comprehension, oral expression, reading, and writing. Students will learn to express increasingly complex thoughts relevant to their lives through mastering the basic building blocks of the language (vocabulary and structures). Through video and selected activities in the language lab, both cultural awareness and communicative skills will be developed.
  • Spanish II

    Spanish II This course continues the development of Spanish I skills with more emphasis on speaking, reading and writing. Students will progress in their ability to express increasingly complex thoughts relevant to their lives. Through videos and other materials unique to the Hispanic world, students will gain cultural awareness along with more sophisticated communicative skills.
  • Spanish II Advanced

    Spanish II Advanced Prerequisite: Spanish IIA This course continues the development of Spanish II skills with more emphasis on speaking, reading and writing. Students will progress in their ability to express increasingly complex thoughts relevant to their lives. Through videos and other materials unique to the Hispanic world, students will gain cultural awareness along with more sophisticated communicative skills.
  • Spanish II Honors

    Spanish II Honors - weighted Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria This course continues the development of Spanish I skills with more emphasis on speaking, reading, and writing. Students will progress in their ability to express increasingly complex thoughts relevant to their lives. In contrast to Spanish II, more time is dedicated to development of writing and reading skills. Through videos and other materials unique to the Hispanic world, students will gain cultural awareness along with more sophisticated communicative skills.
  • Spanish III

    Spanish III This course continues the development of all Spanish I and II skills and structures, with special emphasis on acquisition of fluency in expressing increasingly complex ideas. This requires systematic oral and written practice of all grammatical structures. Cultural appreciation and communicative skills are further developed by means of selected readings and authentic videos from throughout the Spanish-speaking world.
  • Spanish III Honors

    Spanish III Honors - weighted Prerequisite: Satisfaction of Departmental Criteria This course continues the development of all Spanish I and II skills and structures, with special emphasis on acquisition of fluency in expressing increasingly complex ideas. This requires systematic oral and written practice of all grammatical structures. In contrast to Spanish III, more time is dedicated to development of writing and reading skills. Cultural appreciation and communicative skills are further developed by means of selected readings and authentic videos from throughout the Spanish-speaking world.
  • Spanish IV

    Spanish IV This course will be an alternative for those who want to continue with Spanish but prefer not to enroll in the Advanced Placement language course designated as AP Spanish Language. This class will be conducted entirely in Spanish and will focus on improving fluency and cultural competence through interactive role-playing and task-based and communicative activities. Students will learn vocabulary, review their knowledge of grammar and strive to better their communication skills in Spanish. Selected readings, authentic videos and activities in the computer lab will further enhance the above skills.
  • Spanish IV Advanced

    Spanish IV Advanced Spanish IV Advanced is a challenging fourth-level alternative to Spanish IV and the AP Spanish Language course. Grammar, reading, writing, speaking and listening skills are covered at an accelerated pace. Students will do research and presentations on various cultural topics through group, partner and individual practice. Emphasis is placed on conversation, vocabulary and correct usage of the language. Correct pronunciation and oral proficiency are primary goals, requiring a daily emphasis on listening and speaking. The classroom experience will provide an appreciation and development of cultural awareness through various readings, media resources and authentic materials.
  • Spanish V

    Spanish V This course is designed for non-native speakers of Spanish who have successfully finished Spanish IV but who prefer not to enroll in French, Latin or AP Spanish Literature. This class will further advance the students' creative and critical thinking abilities through student-teacher interaction, discussions, and debates on topics of current interest and / or universal appeal.
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  • Virtual Lang. Lab - Arabic A

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Francis Parker School is a private, independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students in Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12 from across San Diego County. Founded in 1912, the Lower School is located on the Mission Hills Campus with the Upper and Middle Schools on the Linda Vista Campus. Parker's mission is to inspire a diverse community of independent thinkers whose academic excellence, global perspective and strength of character prepare them to make a meaningful difference in the world.

Mission Hills Campus Lower School

4201 Randolph Street
San Diego, CA 92103
 

Linda Vista Campus Middle/Upper School

6501 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, CA 92111
858 / 569-7900