The schools, created by Wendy Xa, a former vice president at Goldman Sachs and a mother of two who founded the Mandarin immersion Presidio Knolls School in San Francisco in 2008 as a preschool before expanding it to a K-8 program, seek to be “a world class institution in the heart of Mill Valley,” Xa says.
The summer camps are for kids ages 3-15 and run from June 3 to August 9. They are “Academics & Archery” (ages 7-13), Earth Discovery (ages 3-15), and Mandarin Mania (ages 3-10), while a SSAT prep for rising seventh and eighth grader runs May 25-July 5.
In a limited time offer, Terra Marin is offering 50 percent off for the first five people who contact the school about the camps that heard about them on the Enjoy Mill Valley Blog. Click here to reach out directly to Terra Marin to receive the discount.
In related news, Xa is set to be a keynote speaker at the CILA Spring Fair in San Anselmo. CILA is a Marin-based nonprofit organization founded by local mother and cultural education advocate Kati Dombrosky. The organization focuses its efforts on raising awareness and funding in support of programs that perpetuate art, language, and cross-cultural education in our communities with a special emphasis on providing scholarships for deserving youth. The event is May 4 at Le Petit Jardin French Immersion (Marin Campus) in San Anselmo (921 Sir Francis Drake Blvd), from 10am-1pm. MORE INFO.