Our next Open House scheduled for Saturday, November 5, 2016 at 2:00pm. Please contact LaDreeya Taylor at
or (310) 276-3068, ext. 126 to register.
Welcome to Pacific Hills School
We pride ourselves on the fact that our modest campus and unpretentious social environment are the setting for an extraordinary academic experience, built around world-class academics, personal focus, and a family-like atmosphere.
How do we do it?
an incredible, truly diverse group of students and families
a faculty that cares, that pays attention to every individual, and knows how to teach at the highest levels
very small classes, with an average of 13 students each
strong leadership and administrative support
a focus on community values
a spirit of fun
Pacific Hills students:
thoughtfully analyze information to construct and defend their ideas.
demonstrate 21st Century skills, explore and integrate global information, and envision real world applications.
match technological applications to designing and implementing data- and media-driven solutions.
conduct themselves responsibly: examining their roles in society, integrating leadership skills, and valuing life-long learning.
With outstanding music and arts programs, an extensive, winning sports program, and the personal attention that makes an ambitious academic program work for a truly diverse student body, Pacific Hills is an extraordinary place - and we'd love for you to come see it for yourself.
Contact LaDreeya Taylor, (310) 276-3068 ext. 126 or
for more information.
2016-2017 major calendar dates
August 26 New student orientation August 29 First day of 2015-2016 school year Nov. 23-25 Thanksgiving break Dec. 17-Jan. 2 Winter break
January 3 First day of second semester April 3-6 Experiential learning April 7-16 Spring break June 2 Last day for 12th grade June 14 Last day for 6th-11th grade June 16 8th and 12th grade graduations
Pacific Hills School is a partner school with the Grammy Foundation and Museum. Collaboration includes Pacific Hills student performances at Grammy museum events, fundraisers and other museum offerings.
Students also take part in ongoing educational programming, including the Mike Curb Mentoring Program, pairing students with musicians, music executives and other industry professionals, helping them “establish relationships, increase self-esteem, develop leadership skills and grow their passion for music while offering them support long after they graduate the program.” Other opportunities include music production workshops and summer session programming.