Seven Flintridge Prep scholar athletes from the Class of 2022 will play college sports at Division I and Division III schools.
Flintridge Prep recognized student, faculty, and staff achievement and community dedication at the Spring Awards Assembly on May 20.
Spring sports teams clinch League Championship titles and multiple athletes garner top League awards ahead of CIF Playoffs.
Last week's Jazz Coffee House, curated by Ross Margitza and Steve Hill, led audiences through a journey of jazz, rock, and pop classics with intimate performances by student ensembles.
Latin 2 students create concrete designs while learning about ancient Roman infrastructure.
Students taking Mandarin participated in a Chinese calligraphy workshop, learning the basics of character writing and the immense patience central to the art of calligraphy.
Multiple Prep students win awards at LA County Science and Engineering Fair.
Geometry students researched global weaving traditions for a STEAM project, transforming mathematical patterns into visually stunning pieces.
"Legally Blonde, Jr."—the first live, in-person musical in over a year—brought forth feelings of levity and humor for many attendees.
Flintridge Preparatory School values the representation and full engagement of individuals within our community whose differences include—but are not limited to—intellectual perspective, age, ethnicity, family makeup, gender identity and expression, physical ability, race, national and ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. The school does not discriminate on any basis in its administration of its hiring practices, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.