Thank you for your interest in the Wornick Jewish Day School. The admissions process is meant to create a meaningful opportunity for prospective Wornick families to get to know our school, and for us to get to know you and your child.

For the 2018-19 school year, our admission season will begin in September 2017. To begin the application process, it is highly recommended that you schedule a private tour by contacting admissions@wornickjds.org or by calling the office of admissions at 650-378-2611.

For more information on applying to Wornick, please visit our Elementary School and Middle School pages.

To learn more about Wornick's program, please visit the Core Curriculum, Social Learning, Milddle School, and Athletics pages.

You may also register for upcoming admissions events here, including our Preschool Academies, Open Houses, and Kindergarten Readiness Panel.

Mid-year applications for the 2017-18 academic year will be considered if space is available. Please contact the admissions office directly if you are considering a mid-year application.

If you require assistance with the admission process at any point in time, please don’t hesitate to be in touch. We look forward to working with you.


"Wornick is more than a school. Wornick is a place that encourages children to thrive, grow, and give back, a place where families connect and care, a place where teachers do so much more than just teach. Wornick is a community -- a place that creates a sense of belonging, a place one is always happy to come back to, part of who we are."
— Maia Tchetchik, Current Parent

"As an alumni parent, I've seen our Wornick graduates and their friends go onto high school and enjoy great success. Not only academically, but as well-rounded kids with a strong sense of self, of right and wrong, of how to be a good person in the world, how to get along with others -- how to achieve success in life."
— David Steirman, Alumni Parent

"At Wornick, we were accepted and loved as individuals. We brought ourselves to school each day and our teachers invested in us, embraced us, loved us for our differences and the unique perspective our much smaller selves brought to the classroom."
— Sydney Calander, Class of 2002

"We are raising intelligent, compassionate and motivated young people who will mature into outstanding members of our Jewish and secular communities."
— Rabbi Dennis Eisner, Senior Rabbi at Peninsula Temple Beth El and alumnae Wornick parent

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