The new structure was fully funded by proceeds from the school's Oct. 23 auction, she said.
Designed by Miracle Playsystems in Alamo, California, the structure has a covered deck, a sloped climbing wall, climbing poles, ladders and a slide, she said.
"Our goal was to offer a play structure that would entertain and stimulate children of all abilities and be an asset to the Ladera community," said John Ora, head of school, in a statement. "We are grateful to our parents, faculty, staff, community members and over 75 businesses who generously supported the auction."
About 260 students in preschool through eighth grade attend Woodland School, a co-ed, non-denominational, independent day school located at 360 La Cuesta Drive in Ladera.
Visit woodland-school.org for more information.