The Marin Private School Guide

Marin Private School Guide

The Marin Private School Guide

Marin parents have countless options when choosing a private school for their child. Finding the right school can sometimes be overwhelming, so let Marin Mommies help you choose! Browse schools by location, and leave a review to help other parents make an informed decision.

Browse schools by location

St. Isabella School
Featured school:
San Rafael
Lycée Français de San Francisco (LFSF)
Featured school:
Sausalito

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Celebrate the Season with Brandeis Marin

December 6, 2017

Marin Mommies presents a sponsored article from Brandeis Marin.

Are you looking for family-friendly winter fun during this holiday season? Whether you celebrate Hanukkah or Christmas (or both!) - check out the short list from your friends at Brandeis Marin!

Sunday, December 10: The Festival of Lights

11:30 am-2 pm at Osher Marin JCC, San Rafael
The JCC puts on a great party at this annual FREE event - and this year promises even more fun with a glow in the dark dance party! Enjoy live music from the Brandeis Marin Chorus and Bands, indulge in latkes, pose in the photo booth, listen to stories, get your face painted, build maker-lab menorahs at the Brandeis Marin table, and shop for books at the Brandeis Marin Book Bazaar!

8 Rainy Day Activities for Kids

November 7, 2017

Mark Day School Rainy Day

Marin Mommies presents a sponsored article from Mark Day School in San Rafael, who gives us eight great ideas for keeping the kids busy—and busy learning—on a rainy day.

Mount Tamalpais School Presents "That Sounds Hard: A Middle School Survival Guide for Parents"

November 2, 2017

Mt. Tamalpais School

Mount Tamalpais School in Mill Valley presents Bringing It Home, a Parent Education Speaker Series event with Andrew Davis, That Sounds Hard: A Middle School Survival Guide for Parents. Andrew's talk is open to the public. We invite you to join us on Monday, November 13 from 7–8:30 pm on our campus.

San Domenico School: Where Learning Is a Celebration!

September 28, 2017

San Domenico School

Marin Mommies presents a sponsored shout-out from San Domenico School.

515-Acre Living Laboratory

Our beautiful campus brings the outdoors in. With a one-acre organic garden complete with working kitchen, meandering trails, rolling hills, music conservatory, visual arts buildings, a digital arts program, a pool, two gyms, and a 3D Makers Lab, here at SD you can find a sense of place, a second home.

Southern Marin Mothers' Club Private School Fair

September 17, 2017

SMMC Private School Fair

If you're a Marin County parent looking into private schools for your children, make sure you plan on visiting the fifth annual Southern Marin Mothers' Club Private School Fair, which takes place at Mount Tamalpais School in Mill Valley on Tuesday, October 3, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Most private, parochial, and charter schools in southern and central Marin will be represented at this event.

Join us for our Open House at Cascade Canyon School in Fairfax

April 26, 2017

Cascade Canyon School

Marin Mommies presents a sponsored shout-out from Cascade Canyon School in Fairfax, which offers K–8 progressive education.

Come visit Cascade Canyon School at our open house on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10 am to noon. RSVP to admissions@cascadecanyon.org.

Our full day, developmental Kindergarten program includes an exciting, hands-on approach to specialist and core academic learning, across a wide range of subjects: science, art, music, theater, PE, Spanish, reading, writing, handwriting, word study, and math. An added benefit is Cascade Canyon’s unique learning community: students in grades K-8 travel, perform, play, and celebrate learning together throughout the year. The school also places a strong emphasis on children's social-emotional growth, and provides ample opportunities for cross-age mentorship, guided practice in naming and expressing feelings and needs, and a collaborative, school-wide approach to conflict mediation.