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About

Mission and Pillars

Mission

Our mission is to challenge students to be self-reliant thinkers and lifelong learners. We inspire academic excellence, nurture students’ natural love of learning, and encourage them to be confident, creative individuals who are responsible to each other, the community, and the world.

Pillars

WE ARE INSATIABLY CURIOUS
We believe in sparking curiosity in our students and nurturing their love of learning—from Toddler all the way through the 8th grade. We encourage them to follow their curiosity and pursue their unique interests.

WE ARE COMPLEX THINKERS
Through project-based learning we purposefully develop connections between subjects at every stage of learning. We believe that the best way to stoke a curious mind is through rigorous, progressive, comprehensive academics that are rooted in a depth and foundation from the youngest ages.

WE EMBRACE CHALLENGE    
From the very beginning we are giving our students multi-layered questions to wrestle with, ones without simple answers. Our students become tenacious, eager problem solvers, who embrace technology as a tool and instead of asking ‘why,’ they ask, ‘why not?’ We encourage students to risk failure because we know it’s an essential part of the learning process.          

WE ARE ACTIVE COMMUNITY MEMBERS
We challenge our students to be inclusive leaders, big dreamers, and citizens of the world. We believe that every child can make a difference in the world. We give our students the tools to make a difference right now.

WE HAVE A VOICE
Our students are confident about advocating for themselves and each other. We ensure that our students are known, heard and appreciated as individuals by their teachers and the broader school community.

Current Parent

We expected the school to have a very strong academic program, but we were thrilled with the way our daughter is becoming a caring, confident and a wonderful human being.
Non-discrimination policy: We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, gender identification, disability or other category protected by law. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the School's non-discrimination policies, including its Title IX policy:
Name: Laurie Kelly, Title: Accounting Manager, Office Address: 305 Montford Ave. Mill Valley, CA 94941, Telephone Number: (415) 384-4232, Email Address: Laurie@marinhorizon.org
For assistance related to Title IX or other civil rights laws, please contact OCR at OCR@ed.gov or 800-421-3481, TDD 800-877-8339.