Halstrom Academy

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Halstrom Academy
United States
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

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.


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.

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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.


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.

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