Kindness Week

“Three things in human life are important: the first is to be kind; the second is to be kind; and the third is to be kind.” -Henry James Thank you for sharing this week of important learning and fun! Kindness is only one of the strength traits that students at BRE learn throughout the year.…


STEAMFest is an exciting annual event at BRE that features over 20 interactive, exploration-based, fun, and interdisciplinary activity stations for students and their families across technology, robotics, biology, marine sciences, and so much more! By supporting the event, we help our kids see themselves as scientists, artists, creators and inventors and build an appreciation that…

Safety Patrol

5th grade students in this program undergo training in the spring of their 4th grade year and attend weekly meetings for ongoing training with a San Diego police officer. They wear red shirts and caps, and are stationed on La Jolla Hermosa Ave. Safety Patrol Officer: Officer Robert Filley

Running Club

Kids love Running Club because they get to have fun with their friends while tracking mile after mile. Teachers love Running Club because it sends kids into class with more focus. Parents love Running Club because it provides a healthy model for positive lifelong habits.  This FREE school enrichment program is open to all parents…

Missoula Players

A traveling theater group that comes to our school one week each year to involve interested students (grades 1-5) in the production of a play. Volunteers of this program help supervise performers, publicize the play, and host visitors.

Junior Olympics

The Junior Olympics is an annual event hosted by The Kiwanis Club of La Jolla for the elementary school students in La Jolla. Since 1992, this community event brings together students and families throughout La Jolla's private and public schools and provides students with the opportunity to showcase their athletic talents.  The Junior Olympics is…

Green Team

The Green Team promotes positive behavior by encouraging students to reduce, reuse, recycle, and rot (compost). Each Fall, students in grades 2-5 are invited to join the club and help with initiatives such as reducing the amount of waste and increasing recycling efforts during lunch periods.

Cultural Assemblies

Bird Rock Foundation sponsors special assemblies throughout the school year to supplement and provide additional enrichment opportunities for our children. Some examples of  assemblies, funded by the Foundation, include messages that support anti-bullying, red ribbon week and STEAM.

After School Enrichment

After School Enrichment (ASE) provides a variety of enrichment programs, taught before and after the school day, on campus for all grade levels. Classes usually meet once a week for 10-12 weeks, but may vary based on program. All programs are fee-based with a percentage of proceeds returning to Bird Rock Foundation. For details on…