The School of Webb Schools has two educational institutions: the Vivian Webb School and the Webb School of California. Each follows its own traditions, principles and directions, but both work under the same motto and are aimed at the same goal - to educate independent leaders who are able to take responsibility and lead people for themselves.
The Webb Schools is located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, includes a unique paleontological museum, constantly arranges archeological expeditions for schoolchildren, during which the museum collection is replenished with new exhibits. This is the ideal training option for curious children who appreciate, respect and protect nature.
The main value of the teaching staff is the personal potential of each student, his talents and abilities. Everything in the school is aimed at maximum personal realization: sports and creative classes, academic studies and electives, all the required equipment and equipment, professional coaches and teachers. Each year the training center organizes interesting and informative international trips - small groups of students volunteer, get to know the world and help other people in China, Ecuador, Argentina, Australia, the Fiji islands and European countries. All students necessarily participate in the program of the paleontological museum The Raymond Alf Museum - the course has been working since 1930. Schoolchildren take part in archaeological expeditions and excavations, study found objects and replenish the museum's exposition. So very quickly the skills are raised independently to set tasks, to find non-standard ways of solving, develop purposefulness and perseverance.