San Domenico (SD) is California’s oldest independent — and Marin County’s only — K-12 school, offering both day and boarding options for students from throughout California, across the country, and around the world.
On a bucolic, 515-acre campus amid the rolling hills of San Anselmo, SD carries on a 169-year tradition of rigorous and college preparatory program balanced by the School’s core values of study, reflection, community, and service. The School’s innovative program includes a commitment to leading the way in redefining the metrics of achievement and graduating inspired students equipped to create a better world.
The school has 680 students, with 320 in the high school.
39% of families pay below the top of the Tuition Index.
The mascot is the Panther.
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Culture & Safety
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Clubs & Activities
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San Domenico School Reviews
allowed space for my son to be the best he can be.