Due to the extended shelter-in-place order, the Seven Hills campus will be closed through the remainder of the academic year. All students will continue with our distance learning programs during this time.
Honoring the Seven Hills tradition of ingenuity and creativity, our faculty and staff have worked together to shift home offices, kitchens, and living rooms into classrooms. Teaching teams from preschool to 8th grade have worked together to develop age-appropriate at-home curriculum to ensure learning rituals continue as seamlessly as possible from home, and to provide a solid structure to balance work and play in their new routines. We are inspired by the partnership and positivity from our students, faculty, and parents as they adapt to new ways of learning and growing together.
This COVID-19 landscape is ever-evolving, and we will continue to monitor developments each day and make decisions guided by our utmost concern for the health, safety, and needs of our community.
Whole Child, Whole Community
We know that the Seven Hills experience is much more than what happens inside of our classrooms. It’s the conversations that happen at drop-off, our Community Lunch program, singing at school wide assemblies, performing with our classmates or competing for the Jaguars.
As we have entered into a distance learning environment, we're finding new ways to stay connected and build community. Community building activities have included Green & White assemblies, Middle School trip assemblies, club meetings, parent roundtables, a virtual Auction Watch Party, a schoolwide pizza party supporting local Walnut Creek restaurants, virtual birthday celebrations, and so much more!
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The Community Support Fund
Seven Hills and its families have always supported one another in times of need, and this is true now more than ever. To assist members of our Seven Hills community who are experiencing economic hardship in the recent health and financial crisis, the school has launched the Seven Hills Community Support Fund. Donations to this fund will be used to create short-term assistance through bridge tuition grants to families with new financial need, or who have expressed uncertainty about their
ability to meet their current tuition obligations for 2020-21. A spirit of generosity has long been a defining feature of Seven Hills, and we are so grateful to all who have made a donation that will keep our community strong and united.