A Message from Our Director of Admissions
Welcome to our community. Since 1999, Seven Arrows has been dedicated to igniting each child’s innate passion for learning. Our approach is child-centered, culturally inspired, and individualized to meet the needs of various learners. Our community is passionately involved and committed to unparalleled academic achievement. We strongly believe that a high-quality education must be dynamic and ever-evolving to respond to what we know about brain research, child development, and the latest and best pedagogical practices.
I know firsthand how important it is to select the right school for your entire family. Our admissions process is personal and provides you with access to our program and school community so that you will be able to make a well-informed decision about your child’s educational journey. I encourage you to bring your spirit of inquiry to the admissions process.
You are invited to begin the inquiry process and join us for an upcoming Group Campus Tour on a select Tuesday from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Bring your questions, and immerse yourself in the possibilities of a world-class education. Peruse this page to see where our scholars land for middle-school, high school and beyond. I look forward to sharing Seven Arrows with your family.
Director of Admissions and Marketing
310.230.0257 | email@example.com
AFTER SEVEN ARROWS
A student who enters Seven Arrows as a kindergartner is embarking on an education that extends far beyond traditional education practices. We believe that education is a personal journey that should stimulate all the senses of an intrepid young student. Our goal has always been to create an ongoing connection between students and the world outside our classrooms. Rich experiences—such as local hikes, coastal ecological and agricultural expeditions, visits to Joshua Tree and Yosemite, and much more—plant lifelong seeds in our students. Our academic program is grounded in brain research, child development, and the latest and best pedagogical practices.
Sixth-graders leave our school as critical thinkers and inspired, compassionate leaders. Our creative and globally conscious students are sought after by the most selective educational institutions in Los Angeles. In fact, 95% of our students enroll at their first-choice middle school.
Full Matriculation from 2014-2019
The Archer School for Girls | Brentwood School | Campbell Hall | Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences | Geffen Academy at UCLA | Harvard-Westlake School | Lakeridge | Manzanita School | Marlborough School | Milken Community Schools | New Roads School | Oakwood School | Saint Anne School | Turning Point School | Viewpoint School | Westmark School | Westridge | Wildwood School | The Willows Community School | Windward School
as well as public, boarding and homeschool
Universities and Colleges*
Antioch University, Santa Barbara
California State University, Fullerton
Deer Springs College
Lewis & Clark College
Loyola Marymount University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Mount St. Mary’s
The New School – New York
New York University
Sarah Lawrence College
Southern Methodist University
University of Arizona
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Miami
University of Miami – Frost School of Music
University of Pennsylvania
University of Puget Sound
University of Southern California
University of St. Andrews, Scotland
*Data from active members of our alumni association.
“Students will be considered based on transcripts, current grades, recommendations from their current teacher and head of school, student assessment and the parent conversation. Seven Arrows Elementary School admits students of any race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.”