San Domenico School

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San Domenico School
1500 Butterfield Road
San Anselmo, California, (Marin County), 94960
United States
Coordinates 38°1′8″N 122°35′23″W / 38.01889°N 122.58972°W / 38.01889; -122.58972Coordinates: 38°1′8″N 122°35′23″W / 38.01889°N 122.58972°W / 38.01889; -122.58972
Type Private
Coeducational (PK-8)
Coeducational (9-12)
Day school (PK-8)
Day and boarding school (9-12)
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic (Dominican)
Established 1850
Opened 1965 (current campus)
Head of school Stock
Grades PK-12
Campus size 500 acres (2.0 km2)
Color(s) Green and Gold         
Team name Panthers
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges[1]
Publication Verities (literary journal)
Newspaper 'The Paw Print'
Yearbook 'Veritas'
Tuition 2014-2015:[1]
$13,000 (PK)
$24,900 (K)
$25,400 (1-3)
$26,200 (4-5)
$27,600 (6-8)
$36,100 (9-12 day)
$52,600 (9-12 boarding)
Division Head Alyce Brownridge (9-12)
Cecily Stock (6-8)
Carole Chase (PK-5)
Admissions Sean Kenney, Executive Director
Athletics Dan Gilmartin, Director

San Domenico School is a pre-K-12 independent school in San Anselmo, California.

The primary and middle schools are coeducational, while the high school is all-girls.


Founded in 1850, San Domenico is the oldest independent school in California. Situated on 500 acres (2.0 km2) in Marin County, San Domenico is a Catholic school operated by the Dominican Order, although it welcomes students of all faiths and cultural backgrounds.

San Domenico has some 500 students. The pre-K through 12 program is a day school, while the high school is both a day school and a boarding school.

San Domenico is the recipient of the National Association of Independent Schools' 2007 "Leading Edge" award for sustainability. In 2008 the school's Garden of Hope was registered as a Bay-Friendly School Garden by StopWaste.Org, the Alameda County Waste Management Authority which promotes waste reduction.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ WASC-ACS. "WASC-Accrediting Commission for Schools". Retrieved 2009-06-05. 

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