Fairmont Anaheim Hills is a vibrant community, serving students from preschool – 8th grade. Located in North Orange County, the Anaheim Hills campus is known for its close-knit community and well-rounded school experience.
A culture of excellence, a diversified curriculum, and dedicated educators come together at Anaheim Hills to give students a truly exceptional learning experience. The school’s music, art, debate, STEM, and athletics programs have received considerable recognition throughout Orange County. Students take part in science fairs, debate competitions, sports competitions, art shows, and in music and dance performances. Beyond delivering exemplary academics, Anaheim Hills provides an environment that fosters self-confidence, a culture of kindness, and a focus on the entire child.
Welcome to Fairmont
Anaheim Hills Campus
Awards Received at the Orange County Science & Engineering Fair (2022)
STUDENTS QUALIFIED FOR THE NATIONAL BROADCOM SCIENCE COMPETITION (SINCE 2021)
P-8th Grade Students
academics - Nurturing Hearts and Minds
Fairmont’s educational program combines a standards-based, advanced curriculum with character development and social-emotional growth. Small class sizes and differentiated learning allow for a highly individualized approach to personal learning.
- Speech and Debate
- Orange County Science & Engineering Fair
- Elementary Specialty Classes – Art, Computers, Library, Music, PE, Science & STEM Lab, Spanish
- ASSIST (Language Arts Assistance)
- Educational Trips
- Sacramento (4th Grade)
- Catalina Island (5th Grade)
- San Bernardino Mountains (6th Grade)
- South Dakota (7th Grade)
- Washington, D.C. (8th Grade)
ATHLETICS - Cultivating Scholar Athletes
Students of all experience levels are encouraged to participate in Fairmont athletics. Our program is designed to encourage competition, while simultaneously building lifelong values of teamwork, sportsmanship, perseverance, and integrity.
- DSL Athletics (4th – 6th Grade)
- Tri-Way Athletics (7th – 8th Grade)
- Fall – Flag Football (Boys), Volleyball (Girls)
- Winter – Basketball (Boys & Girls)
- Spring – Soccer (Boys & Girls)
- Elective – eSports
VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS - Encouraging Creative Expression
Specialty instructors in music, visual arts, and dramatic arts provide weekly instruction in addition to our core academics–giving students the opportunity to expand their imagination and explore artistic talents.
- Elementary Specialty Classes – Weekly classes taught by specialists: Art (PK – 5), General Music Education (PK – 4), Strings Instrumental Music (5-8)
- Middle School Electives – Digital Media Art and 3D Design, Drama, Middle School Choir, Middle School Music, Mixed Media Art, Yearbook
Anaheim Hills Head of School
In the field of education, I have remained dedicated to creating learning environments in which academic excellence is promoted and desired outcomes are achieved. In setting and directing the visions of institutions as well as creating true communities, success is redefined and is attainable among student, faculty and staff, and administrators. With the realm of education continuously evolving, I am committed to ensuring the schools I serve remain at the forefront of educational advancement.
Fairmont’s preschool program challenges young learners to become independent and helps them become strong readers and writers. Children who go through this exemplary private school program will have mastered key literacy and math competencies by the time they enter kindergarten. They participate in hands-on activities and gain new levels of exposure that allow them to excel beyond their peers at other schools. Equally important, all of this is accomplished in a safe and caring environment, where teachers place as much emphasis on nurturing children’s social and emotional wellness as they do on academic progress.
The Fairmont Code represents our social vision which guides the campuses towards sustaining the overall climate and culture which is one of positivity and inclusiveness. The goal of our atmosphere at Fairmont is that every student is accepted for who they are. We expect not only students, but staff, faculty and parents to work towards this common goal and adhere to the Code of modeling exemplary character.