North Tustin’s stellar academics extend beyond the classroom, as students take part in competitions across disciplines such as STEM and debate, both on a regional and national basis. The school’s thriving drama department stages plays and musicals at the campus’ own theatre, Allison Hall. Visual arts students express themselves through a range of mediums in their on-campus art studios. And student-athletes are afforded ample opportunities to compete in multiple sports – whether they are engaging in a sport they have experience with or exploring a new athletics venture.
Welcome to Fairmont
North Tustin Campus
Orange County Spelling Bee Finalists
First Place – Orange County Science & Engineering Fair
PK-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
- National Junior Honor Society
- Academic Pentathlon
- Orange County Science & Engineering Fair
- First Lego League
- AMC, Math Olympiad, Math Counts
- Elementary Specialty Classes – Computers, Library, PE, Science & STEM, Spanish
- ASSIST (Language Arts Assistance)
- International ASSIST
- Educational Trips:
- Sacramento (4)
- Catalina Island (5)
- San Bernardino Mountains (6)
- South Dakota (7)
- Washington, D.C. (8)
- Academic Calendar
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 (5th – 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 Musics (5)
- Middle School Electives – Art, Theatre
North Tustin Head of School
Dr. Jennifer Maan
Dr. Jennifer Maan has over 20 years of experience working in various roles in education at the elementary, middle school, and collegiate level. She has a broad base of experience teaching in private and public schools on the East and West Coast of the US as well as internationally in Amman, Jordan. She has served as an Assistant Professor and Program Chair of the Elementary Education Department at Trinity Washington University. Her vast educational experience also includes serving as Principal and Director of Online Learning at private schools in Orange County, CA. She holds a M.A. and Ph.D. in Education from Claremont Graduate University, a Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential, and an Administrative Services Credential. In her spare time, she enjoys running, practicing yoga, and spending time with her husband Raj and dog Basil.