Building photo
Lower School student using magnifying glass
Painting an %22eye%22 in art class.
VR-headset
Book fair
Middle School go-kart race.
Upper School photography class.
Lower School student sprays ducks
Upper School canoe trip

Nueva is an independent PreK-12 school where gifted learners discover and develop their passions, and learn to make choices that positively and profoundly impact the world.

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Diane Rosenberg

Head of School

“We want our students to become engaged global citizens. That requires imagination, flexibility, resilience, the ability to get along with others, and a sense of humor. These are the compassionate creators and leaders who will build our future.”

Nueva News

Kindergarten student receive magnifying glasses

Welcome back, Nueva! Over the last few days, we’ve welcomed new faces, a new building, and a new school year. We put together a little video to celebrate these special beginnings.

Nueva Connection Challenge!

Chris Garber, eighth-grade Class of ’08, has launched the Nueva Connection Challenge! — a friendly competition to see which class can create the most new alumni connections. 

Doshisha anniversary

For Nueva students studying Japanese, “Doshisha” has a special meaning. This is especially true for the more than 500 students who over the years have participated in the exchange program that has grown from one high school to four middle and high schools in and around Kyoto.

Laena Wilder

When Laena Wilder was 10 years old, a walk down San Francisco’s Market Street with her Nueva art teacher Barbara Marino and her best friend set fire to a passion that would drive the rest of her life.

On to the Next “Quest:” Nueva Celebrates 76 New Graduates from the Upper School

Over the last week of the school year, the class of 2019 celebrated and reflected on their time at Nueva. From the “Lifers” who attended the school since early in the Lower School, to the seniors’ sentimental songs and speeches, it all culminated on Sunday, June 9 with a joyful ceremony to commemorate the twelfth-graders’ achievements.