Halstrom Academy

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Halstrom Academy
Location
California
United States
Information
School type Private Middle School and High School
Motto One Student. One Teacher. No Limits.
Religious affiliation(s) Non-sectarian
Established 1985
Grades 6-12
Campuses 15
Color(s) Yellow, Blue
Key products Middle School and High School taught in classrooms with 1 student to 1 teacher ratio.
Information 866-980-7248
Website

Halstrom Academy is a WASC accredited, UC/CSU Certified and NCAA approved California private middle school and high school offering 1:1 instruction and flexible scheduling options. Halstrom has campus locations in the following areas: Anaheim Hills, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Carlsbad, Cupertino, Huntington Beach, Manhattan Beach, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Pasadena, San Mateo, San Diego, Walnut Creek, Westlake Village and Woodland Hills.

About[edit]

Halstrom Academy offers open enrollment, flexible scheduling, 1:1 class sizes and part-time/full-time programs for aspiring athletes and artists, working students, unique learners (ADD/ADHD, IEPs) and those needing to remediate course work. Halstrom is the pioneer in the proven one student-to-one teacher instruction model. Since 1985, Halstrom has taught more than 16,000 students in grades 6-12 the essential skills to succeed inside and outside of the classroom.

Notable Values[edit]

Halstrom is committed to making students feel welcome at any campus. The middle school/high school takes advantage of technology for educational purposes, and offers the ability to use either electronic or traditional resources, such as textbooks.


Courses[edit]

Halstrom offers over 150 AP, college prep, general and workshop-level courses in: English, Practical Arts, Fine Arts, Math, Foreign Language, Science, Social Science, Test Prep, and Personal Development.

Notable alumni[edit]

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