A 150-acre campus in the foothills of Claremont, California–on the front porch of Los Angeles and part of the Pacific Rim. A boarding and day high school (9-12) with a 100-year legacy of putting honor and moral courage above all else. A fully accredited museum of paleontology. A college placement record that includes 90% of each graduating class attending colleges and universities in the top 10% nationwide. Students on campus from 10 states and 16 countries. A commitment to team sports, outdoor adventure, and participation in the arts. These attributes only begin to describe what makes Webb, Webb. While the school was founded in 1922 in the great tradition of the best boarding schools of the eastern United States, Webb has since grown to embrace the adventurous spirit of California where it thrives. Webb today is a vibrant community of unbounded thinkers pushing to solve problems and educate young boys and girls to become honor-bound leaders.
1.) Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology: Science in Action. Webb is the only high school in the world to host an accredited museum of paleontology right on its campus.
2.) Experiential Learning: Students extend their learning beyond the campus through experiential programs woven into academic courses and beyond and include field study, academic partnerships and travel programs.