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We welcome the opportunity to help you get to know Wornick!

This is a wonderful chance to see Wornick's programs and warm community in action. On your private tour, you will meet with admissions staff, visit classrooms, and interact with students and teachers.

Please complete an inquiry form to learn more or to schedule a private tour. You may also call the Wornick admissions team at 650-378-2611.

We also welcome you to our many admissions events, including Community education opportunities, Open Houses, and Preschool Academy events for children aged 3-5.

Register for an upcoming campus event:

Movie Screening: The Upstanders, by Indieflix
Thursday, January 30, 2020, 7:30-9 pm
Wornick Jewish Day School


From the makers of LIKE and Angst, The Upstanders is a new documentary that explores cyber-bullying, bullying among friends, families, co-workers and the brain science behind it all. The film highlights new laws and programs already reducing bullying in schools and shows us how we can learn to make a difference together.

Wornick is proud to partner with IndieFlix and present this showing of The Upstanders. Please note this screening is for adults only. Wornick middle school students will be viewing the documentary at school the following day.

To watch the trailer, please click here.

A Talk with Daniella Farah - Jews and Education in Iran under the Pahlavis
Monday, February 24, 2020, 7-8:30 pm
Wornick Jewish Day School

Daniella Farah

Daniella Farah, PhD candidate in Jewish History at Stanford University, specializes in the social and cultural histories of the Jews of the modern Middle East, with a specific focus on Iran and Turkey. She examines Iran’s Jewish communities between the mid 1940s and the early 1980s through the prisms of education, national belonging, the Jewish Iranian press and assimilation.

Co-sponsored by Be’chol Lashon, Congregation Beth Jacob, Jewish Community Library, JIMENA, North Peninsula Chabad, Peninsula Jewish Community Center, Peninsula Sinai Congregation, Peninsula Temple Beth El, and Peninsula Temple Sholom

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 T., 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 S., 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 C., Class of 2002
We love being a part of Wornick, not only because of the great teachers and students, but because it’s amazing to send our child to a school that is guided by Jewish values, teachings and the importance of connected community.Rabbi Corey and Jenny Helfand, Current Parents
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