San Marino, California | Founded in 1924


High school classes (grades 9-12) are arranged according to each student’s background. Most classes are offered each year; a few only on alternate terms. Other classes can be developed when needed. All course work meets University of California entrance requirements.

Each student is assigned a faculty member as an advisor. This teacher helps students plan their schedules, maintains a record of progress towards graduation requirements, and generally oversees the academic performance of his/her students through frequent meetings.



The San Marino Campus occupies 8 acres (32,000 m2) in a residential community adjoining Pasadena and is ten miles (16 km) from downtown Los Angeles. The Beaver Creek Campus covers 180 acres (0.73 km2), twelve miles (19 km) southeast of Sedona and 40 miles (64 km) south of Flagstaff, Arizona. Students at both campuses follow the same college-preparatory curriculum and take advantage of their surrounding attractions for both studies and free-time activities.