WESTRIDGE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Westridge School provides inspiring and challenging opportunities for girls in grades 4-12 to learn and to thrive. Grounded in an abiding commitment to goodness in all aspects of life and learning, Westridge builds on a foundation of academic excellence, personal integrity, and social responsibility. As the school embarks on its second century, Westridge will expand its role as a leader in the education of college-bound girls. Westridge students will have the confidence and courage to stand up and speak out with convictions that embody our core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, and inclusion as they prepare for college and forge their paths in an ever-changing world.
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Bill Morse, Director Cambodian Landmine Museum, Siem Reap
Briggs Boss, Sophomore, Thacher School
Stacy Serrette, Teacher and Dean of Student Life, Emma Willard School
Paul Rusesabagina, Real-life Hotel Rwanda hero who saved over 1200 people during the Rwandan genocide.
Shirley Hahn, Beverly Hills, California
The Santa Barbara Independent
Alex Greer, Junior, Laguna Blanca School
Kelly Bennett, history teacher, Santa Barbara Middle School
Alexandra Kall, Francis Parker School
Spencer Barr, English Teacher, Santa Barbara High School, California
Stacy Serrette, Director of Student Life, Emma Willard School
Eric Taylor, Francis Parker School, San Diego, California