Last weekend, we celebrated Lunar New Year with a special dinner of take out Chinese food. Epicurean heated and served a delicious meal from The China Palace in Novato.
Boarding at SD
Surrounded by the beautiful rolling hills of San Anselmo, California, San Domenico boarding students enjoy not just exceptional college-preparatory academics but also access to world-class residential, athletic, academic, and visual & performing arts facilities. Located only 30 minutes from San Francisco, the SD experience is made even more unforgettable by our unparalleled Bay Area location and stunning 515-acre campus - a backyard that provides fantastic options for team and club activities, exercise, and relaxation with friends.
Our 130+ boarding students play a vital role in our school community with international students from 19 different countries worldwide and domestic students from Marin County, the Greater Bay Area, and many states outside California. Together with our 200 Upper School day students, our boarding students, teachers, staff, and coaches develop bonds and forge friendships that bring to life our commitment to educating globally-minded young people in an inspiring, rigorous, and purpose-driven environment. Ranked as one of the top ten boarding schools in California, our close-knit and vibrant community honors diverse perspectives and provides a nurturing environment to grow and learn. Whether studying together, sharing meals, celebrating successes, or supporting one another during challenging times, our boarding and day students describe SD as their “home away from home!”
What students love about boarding at SD
“The resident faculty here are so caring and helpful. From moving in to homework help, they're really here for you. I really missed them over the summer!”
- Rikako K. '19
“At SD, I've had the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and to become a better person because I have expanded my understanding and perspectives."
- Zhou L. '20
With fall and winter holidays coming in quick succession, and most weeks punctuated by birthdays, it feels like we're always celebrating something in the dorms!
We've had another fun and productive week in the dorms! On Friday, we baked Mexican wedding cookies by special request, while students played a rousing game of Taboo using "Mercedes" rules.
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