Beyond Classroom Experiences

Field Trips

Field Trips

Fairmont offers a multitude of experiences that extend learning far beyond the classroom. Students participate in day trips, outdoor science camps, and overnight study trips throughout the year. They visit Sacramento, the Grand Canyon, the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, Washington, D.C., Catalina Island, and more.


Character Education Program

Fairmont students (P-8) develop a solid foundation of character and ethics for life through discussions and activities based on the six pillars of Character Counts. These pillars include trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. These important qualities are encouraged throughout the day in the classroom, athletic fields and in other settings.


Community Service

At Fairmont Private Schools, we believe that students can benefit greatly—both academically and emotionally—from volunteering their time to make the community and world a better place.

When students get involved in community service, they not only help others — they expand their worldview, develop empathy and leadership skills, and realize how their actions can have a positive impact. They also return to the classroom realizing how what they’re learning applies to the real world, which reinvigorates their passion for learning.



Creating well-rounded students extends far beyond the four walls of the classroom. Fairmont offers a variety of extracurricular activities and social clubs for their students to meet like-minded friends and explore new interests. Developing social skills or soft skills is an essential foundation in education today.

These activities offer opportunities for students to learn the values of teamwork, individual and group responsibility, physical strength and endurance, competition, time management, diversity, and a sense of culture and community. Extracurricular activities provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom, offering students the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real-world context, and the the cornerstone in a well-rounded education.



The Associated Student Body (ASB) gives our future leaders first-hand experience in the elective process, representative leadership, organizational skills and service to the school community.



Fairmont students participate in the following:
Word Masters
Math Olympics
Academic Pentathlon
FIRST Robotics
Academic Decathlon
County, state and national debate tournaments
Debate Team Competitions
Spelling Bees
Science Fair
Art, music and science competitions



Performing Arts: Creative expression is a vital component in a well-rounded education. The performing arts programs – like dramatic theater, comedy, choir, and orchestra – allow students to take part in multiple performances each year. Though the arts, students learn transferable skills like public speaking and making eye contact.

Visual Arts: At Fairmont, we believe in providing quality art education to our students. Art is one of the universal languages our students can communicate. Fairmont students have gained vast experience learning the visual arts process. They have also earned numerous accolades and awards from a variety of exhibitions and competitions including local shows, state competitions, and even The Laguna Beach Art Festival.



Participating in Fairmont sports is more than participating in practices and games. As members of our sports teams, students are given the opportunity to learn organization, time management, teamwork and leadership skills. More importantly, the athletes develop lasting friendships and fond memories.

Fairmont teams participate in the Developmental Sports League (DSL) and the Tri-Way League. At Fairmont Prep, junior varsity and varsity teams play in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) league.

Elementary DSL Sports
Boys Flag Football
Boys Basketball
Co-ed Soccer
Girls Volleyball
Girls Basketball

Junior High Tri-Way Sports
Boys Flag Football
Boys Basketball
Boys Soccer
Girls Volleyball
Girls Basketball
Girls Soccer

High School CIF Sports
Boys/Girls Basketball
Cross Country
Boys/Girls Golf
Boys/Girls Soccer
Boys/Girls Tennis
Girls Volleyball

Shelby Wagner - 1st Grade Teacher Fairmont Historic AnaheimTop Teacher & Skating Champion
Shelby “My favorite part of being a teacher is the children I get to teach.”
  • Is one of the head teachers for the Fountain Valley Artistic Skating Club, teaching regional and national champions. She also teaches beginner classes every Saturday morning.
  • Every year, her students are amazed to find that their teacher has a life outside of the classroom.
“I love feeling like I’m part of a family [at Fairmont].”
Keira Kamath - 5th Grade Fairmont Anaheim HillsScience & Tennis Superstar
keira “I like how there are so many different specialty classes at Fairmont Anaheim Hills, like art, music, PE, science lab, computer lab, and Spanish.”
  • She would like to be a professional tennis player when she grows up, or maybe a doctor.
  • Loves dance and plays the piano
  • Her favorite class is science “because you get to figure out stuff, and I like to do experiments.”
Nicholas Aghaian - 7th Grade Fairmont Historic AnaheimKicking His Way to Med School
nicolas“The teachers and the amount of support they provide to not only me, but to the whole entire community here at Fairmont is probably what I like most about attending Fairmont Historic Anaheim.”
  • He would like to be a professional soccer player, or a doctor specializing in the field of sports medicine.
  • Enjoys basketball, piano, and soccer pitch.
  • His favorite subject is math “because I like to be challenged, and math is full of challenges.”
Gianluca De Gregoris – 2nd Grade Fairmont North TustinDancing Toward Greatness
dancing"What I like most about Fairmont is that I get to learn and meet new friends.”
  • He wants to be a professional dancer when he grows up.
  • Is trained in ballet and ballroom dancing.
  • Loves writing and creating new stories.
Nicole Heyman - Kindergarten Teacher Fairmont Anaheim HillsLaying a Foundation for Lifelong Learning
Nicole "The best part about teaching at Fairmont is being able to work with a diverse group of students who are all incredibly talented. It is amazing to be able to challenge students at such a young age and watch these children grow throughout the year.”
  • Loves camping, reading, and traveling
  • Her students love learning random things about her – like the fact that when she was in kindergarten she wanted to be Spiderman when she grew up.
  • Her proudest moments are the times when a student on campus is excited to see her, oftentimes telling her that she’s “the best teacher in the world.” “I live for those moments.”
“I choose to teach at Fairmont because of the sense of community, as well as the drive for our students to succeed.”
DJ Clovis - Music Teacher Fairmont North TustinRunning to the Rhythm
DJ Clovis “I get to work with amazing staff, faculty, parents, and most importantly, students!”
  • Teaches music to all grades — from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade
  • Coaches (or has coached) football, basketball, and Run Club
  • Plays bass trombone
  • NJHS Conflict Resolution Coach
  • He has run 15 marathons and 4 ultra marathons.
“The best part of teaching at Fairmont is the autonomy — being able to create a program that fits all of my students. At Fairmont North Tustin, I get to help with a lot of different activities.”