Flintridge Prep Return to Campus Plan

Our phased approach to a return to hybrid learning is consistent with our commitment to maintaining and protecting the physical and emotional health of our community, providing the best quality academic program and student experience possible, and being adaptable, patient, and caring as our parents and faculty navigate how these changes will impact their commutes, childcare plans, and other personal considerations. We appreciate our families’ commitment to the health, safety, and wellbeing of our whole community, and we look forward to a safe return to classroom learning.

We are committed to keeping our community informed, and this web page is the main hub for important communications. We will update this page with answers to your frequently asked questions, and whenever we have a major update, we will also send it via email. An archive of previous communications will be posted here. Please note: The school’s plans are subject to change based on the guidelines from the LA County Department of Public Health and the California Department of Public Health. We are obliged to follow the guidelines that are most restrictive.

Travel Policy and the Community Commitment

If you plan on traveling, please follow Los Angeles County guidelines.

  • All travelers who are not fully vaccinated should get tested with a COVID-19 viral test 1-3 days before travel. Travel should not be initiated until a negative test result is returned.
  • All travelers who test positive or develop symptoms of COVID-19 must isolate and follow County isolation instructions. Do not travel when symptomatic or with a positive COVID-19 test result, regardless of vaccination status.
  • All non-essential travelers who are not fully vaccinated arriving in or returning to California from other states or countries must quarantine as described in the county guidelines.
  • Fully vaccinated persons may travel but should continue to take precautions. If asymptomatic, no quarantine or testing is needed upon return.

Definition of Fully Vaccinated

A person is considered fully vaccinated ≥2 weeks following the receipt of:

  • the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna);
  • one dose of a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson/Janssen).

Persons who don’t meet these requirements must follow the travel instructions for Persons Who Are Not Fully Vaccinated.

Student Testing After Travel and When Fully Vaccinated

Students do not need to provide proof to the school of a negative test result after travel. It is essential that families follow the county guidelines, the Honor Code, and the Community Commitment. Students should learn from home until their required quarantine period ends. 

When they return to school, students should continue to participate in weekly testing through the school. This is true under all circumstances, regardless of whether students are fully vaccinated.

If an Individual Tests Positive

Please notify Andres Alamillo, Kim Kinder, and Theresa King immediately and follow decision pathways provided by the LADPH if you test positive for COVID-19 using another testing service. You should isolate for at least 10 days from the date of the positive test and at least 24 hours after fever resolution and improvement in other symptoms. LADPH will be notified if any member of our community tests positive, and school-based close contacts will be identified and instructed to test and quarantine following exposure protocols. 

Health and Symptoms Self-Assessment for Campus Guests

Through the end of the 2020-2021 school year, all family guests coming to campus for events, including sporting events, must complete a Symptom Self-Assessment form and follow the protocols listed below, regardless of vaccination status: 

  • Do not come to campus if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, are quarantining after travel, or have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19.
  • Follow the Community Commitment, Honor Code, and the On Campus Safety Plan.
  • Guests must complete this Symptom Self-Assessment form and bring it with them to each event.
  • All guests must have their temperature checked upon entry.
  • Masks should be worn at all times.
  • Six-foot distancing protocols should be followed at all times.
  • Parents/guardians should complete the Magnus Health app symptom check-in for their student 30 minutes before arriving to campus for an event. Share the GO screen with students.
  • Students who were already on campus for their Blue or Silver Day do not need to redo their Magnus Health app symptom check for an after-school event.



Frequently Asked Questions

Travel, Quarantine, and Testing

If my family is traveling and will not be back by March 29; if my family is traveling and will be back by March 29, but under quarantine; OR if my child will be in school on March 30, but my family may travel at some point during the school year, what should I do?

Please continue to refer to our On-Campus Safety Plan.

  • Students should not come to campus for a COVID test while they are quarantining.
  • Students are not required to have a COVID test after travel, but if they do not, they must quarantine for 10 days.
  • Families are welcome to obtain a test from another provider, and they don’t need to share a result with the school (assuming the test result is negative).
  • Regardless of your travel plans, all families should complete their Omnipathology registration by 5:00 p.m. on March 28. Their child’s first on-campus COVID test will be scheduled automatically on their behalf after they return to campus.
  • If your child tests positive during quarantine, please refer to the above mentioned information under “If an Individual Tests Positive.”
  • Review the school’s Travel Policy above.

If you have specific questions that were not answered by the above, please contact the covidteam@flintridgeprep.org.

Can students return to campus after travel without quarantining if they are fully vaccinated?

Students who are fully vaccinated may return to campus without quarantining. Families are asked to follow county guidelines as well as the Community Commitment.

A person is considered fully vaccinated ≥2 weeks following the receipt of:

  • the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna);
  • one dose of a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson/Janssen).

Persons who don’t meet these requirements must follow the travel instructions for Persons Who Are Not Fully Vaccinated and learn from home for the required quarantine period.

Do students need to be tested if they are fully vaccinated?

Yes, we are asking students to be tested weekly on campus if they come to school, regardless of their vaccination status.

Hybrid Learning

When will the school return to normal on-campus learning and activities? How long will we be in hybrid? How will you communicate with the community about a return to campus?

Flintridge Prep is working with health experts, educational partners, peer schools, the LA County Department of Public Health, the National Association of Independent Schools, the California Association of Independent Schools, and the National Business Officers Association to ensure the safety of all community members when a return to campus is possible for hybrid learning. You can follow progress as the guidelines evolve by visiting http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/.

Our guiding principles are tied to the heart of our school mission:

  • To maintain and protect the physical and emotional health of our community;
  • To provide the best quality academic program and student experience possible;
  • To be adaptable, patient, and caring as we navigate challenging, unpredictable, and shifting circumstances.

When we move to a hybrid model, we will provide as much notice as possible to our community so that they can prepare, as well.

When will we be allowed to return to campus for hybrid learning?

  • Los Angeles County is currently in the Purple Tier. Once we are in the Red Tier, a phased reopening of 7-12 grade schools will be allowed.
  • Flintridge Prep must abide by the state and county regulations. There are no special waivers or conditions that would allow us to reopen campus earlier. Failure to comply with local and state law also impacts our accreditation by the California Association of Independent Schools.
  • Prep’s principles, our mission, vision, and honor code, require us to follow the state and county guidelines, whichever is more restrictive.

How will the hybrid learning program at Prep work?

When it is safe to return to campus, Flintridge Prep’s hybrid learning program plan will consist of the following:

  • Coming to campus for hybrid learning is completely optional, and students can continue to learn online via Zoom at any time. However, all students will be added to one of two stable groups, Blue or Silver, with approximately half the students on campus at any given time.
  • Siblings will be placed in the same stable group.
  • In a typical week, students will come to school Monday-Tuesday-Friday or Wednesday-Thursday.
  • When we reopen for hybrid learning, only students in the Blue or Silver group and employees will be allowed on campus.
  • Masks will be required at all times and we will follow all six-foot physical distancing requirements both inside and outside of classrooms.
  • Community members will be asked to electronically acknowledge on a weekly basis community expectations and personal responsibilities with regard to health and safety.
  • The school will provide mandatory PCR testing at no cost to students and employees.
  • Use of the Magnus Health app symptom tracker will be required of anyone coming to campus. Additionally, a temperature check will occur upon entry to campus. Anyone experiencing symptoms must stay home.
  • HVAC systems have been optimized to provide maximum ventilation.
  • Enhanced cleaning protocols have been established in order to ensure that all spaces are frequently sanitized.
  • Protocols have been established if someone becomes ill on campus and/or diagnosed with COVID-19.

Will nutrition and lunch be provided during hybrid learning?

Initially, community members will be asked to bring their own lunch to campus, with the expectation that pre-packaged foods will be available for purchase in April after spring break.

All food purchases will be cashless. Community members will be able to eat outside as if the weather permits. Strict six-foot distancing will be enforced in the lunch line and at lunch tables.

Will the new schedule be used for hybrid learning?

Our schedule for the 2020-2021 school year will remain in place regardless of conditions and the format of learning we’re in at the time. The two-week rotating schedule includes:

  • Five 60-minute classes on Mondays and Tuesdays
  • Three 75-minute classes and a 75-minute Community Block on Wednesdays
  • Four 75-minute periods on Thursdays
  • Morning Meetings on Thursdays
  • Four 60-minute classes with a 30-minute Advisory period for 7th and 9th graders on Fridays (this time will be used for class meetings and other activities for grades 8, 10, 11, and 12)
  • Days will be identified as A-J

The schedule is both familiar and forward looking, including features such as:

  • A late start on Friday (Classes will begin at 8:50 so that faculty can use this time for professional growth and collaboration)
  • Longer class periods
  • 10-minute "passing" periods
  • Fewer class meetings per week
  • A dedicated advisory/class meeting period

Health, Safety, and Facilities

What are the required guidelines the school must follow in order to return to school?

Our COVID-19 School Compliance Task Force is working with health experts, educational partners, peer schools, the LA County Department of Public Health, the National Association of Independent Schools, the California Association of Independent Schools, and the National Business Officers Association to ensure the safety of all community members when a return to campus is possible for hybrid learning. You can follow progress as the guidelines for LA County evolve by visiting http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/. 

The school’s plans are subject to change based on the guidelines from the LA County Department of Public Health and the California Department of Public Health. We are obliged to follow the guidelines that are most restrictive.

What are the educational models the school expects to follow in the 2020-2021 school year?

The school has prepared plans for three different models:

  • A completely online learning environment;
  • A hybrid model, which would have students on campus roughly half the time;
  • A return to campus for all community members.

In order to maintain health and safety, reinforce continuity of teaching and learning, and protect community well-being, Flintridge Prep is prepared to move fluidly between models as circumstances change, and our schedule was designed to work in any of these three learning environments.

If I have a high-risk family member, can my student choose not to come to campus for hybrid learning?

Yes, during hybrid learning, students can choose to continue online learning by participating in in-person classes through Zoom. Once we are 100% back on campus, students will be expected to be on campus.

How will the school ensure safety for faculty, staff, and students?

The physical and emotional health of our community is of primary importance to us all, and maintaining a healthy environment requires a commitment from our whole community. The school has implemented the following protocols, currently being employed by essential faculty and staff. When it is safe to return for hybrid learning, these requirements will be in place for all who enter campus:

  • Daily health tracking using the Magnus Health app. Do not come to campus if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
  • All community members are encouraged to receive a flu vaccination.
  • All eligible community members are encouraged to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Wear a mask at all times, wash your hands frequently, and maintain a physical distance of six feet or more.
  • The school will provide mandatory PCR testing at no cost to students and employees.
  • Equally important, we encourage all community members to seek emotional support through our counseling and peer counseling programs, as well as through our deans and school counselor.

We have also implemented the following protocols throughout our campus:

Physical Distancing

  • Desks have been spaced six feet apart in all classrooms.
  • Lunch tables have been spaced at least six feet apart, and a maximum occupancy per table has been established.
  • Water fountain mouthpieces have been disabled, while bottle fillers are active.
  • Multipurpose covered outdoor meeting spaces with six foot distancing have been set up.
  • Covered outdoor teaching spaces have been designated for certain classes, potentially including instrumental and vocal music.
  • Per county reopening protocols for K-12 schools, a COVID-19 medical tent has been established in the event that we would need to isolate symptomatic students or community members.

Enhanced Cleaning Protocols

  • Daytime cleaning staff has been increased and the cleaning program has been intensified.
  • The evening cleaning program has been intensified.
  • The school has contracted with a janitorial company that has developed a COVID-19 rapid-response cleaning regimen that will be deployed if needed in the event of a positive diagnosis on campus.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • All community members are required to wear a mask on campus at all times.
  • KN95 masks will be provided upon entry to campus to anyone who would like one.
  • Disposable mask dispensers have been installed at campus entry points.
  • Hand sanitizers are stationed throughout campus where hand sinks are not available.

HVAC systems and Ventilation

  • Rooms with shared HVAC systems have been equipped with MERV-13 filters.
  • Rooms with dedicated HVAC systems are equipped with MERV-11 filters.
  • Air handler fans are programmed to run during school hours.
  • Doors are equipped with kick-stops or door stoppers to prop open doors and eliminate touch points.
  • Floor fans have been purchased and placed in key areas.


  • Sandwich boards have been placed at all entrances stating COVID-19 community protocols.
  • Floor decals have been placed around campus to remind people of six-foot physical distancing requirements as well as to frequently wash hands.
  • Proper hand washing instructions are posted in all restrooms.
  • COVID-19 symptoms are posted at entry health screening stations.

Student Life

Extracurricular Activities

How will the school be handling extracurricular activities such as clubs and after school activities?

Our student clubs and organizations are bringing our after-school culture to life online. During lunch periods and after 2:30 p.m., students can expect regular club meetings to occur, as they would in an on-campus model.

How will student leadership organizations operate?

Faculty and student leadership of organizations such as SCAC, ACL, FLINT, and Student Senate are working to create online versions of existing programs, while also developing new goals specifically targeted to the needs of students learning and engaging from home. For example, Senate and SCAC will be collecting school supplies at Book Day to donate to our community through Kids in Need. This is just one examples of the ways our student clubs will bring opportunities to connect with one another and with our wider community to life this fall.

How will the speech and debate and robotics teams work?

Our speech and debate team will be competing in a robust schedule of online tournaments. Our robotics team is developing projects that can be completed from student homes. More to come!


What are our plans for our athletic program?

Our high school athletes will participate in athletic competitions as the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) and California Department of Public Health (CDPH) allow. All athletes and coaches competing in matches and games will be required to participate in regular PCR testing.

Additionally, all athletes must wear a face mask at all times even with heavy exertion, as tolerated, or unless they are in the water.

How will high school athletes receive the strength and conditioning they need?

High school athletes are doing team drills in accordance to state and local guidelines to ready athletes for competition when and if it is possible.

How will the school handle Physical Education?

  • We will follow state and county guidelines for physical education (PE) and conditioning classes. We are prepared to conduct these classes in a hybrid mode once we return to campus and guidelines allow.
  • Ninth and 10th graders are currently starting to use the Volt app for personalized sport-specific and fitness workouts, guided by PE faculty.

Performing Arts

How will the school handle Performing Arts?

We are ready to hold instrumental and vocal music outside, as conditions permit and as guidelines dictate.

We will follow state and county guidelines and hope to hold Performing Arts events in person, when possible. In the meantime, we are already conducting several virtual events, including the musical Cinderella, so that online performances are rich and rewarding.

How will the school handle performances?

In addition to the performance opportunities listed below, students are invited to connect with others with similar interests, passions, and talents through clubs. Some examples are Contemporary Dance Club, Music For the World, and Activism in the Arts.

In addition to the performance opportunities listed below, students are invited to connect with others with similar interests, passions, and talents through clubs. Some examples are Contemporary Dance Club, Music For the World, and Activism in the Arts.

  • Fall Play: This year's extracurricular fall play (for students in grades 10-12) is in full swing with director Jen Bascom! “Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Monologues” pits the ”Geeks” against the “Goths,” “Drama Queens” and “Jocks” in a senior superlative showdown for Best All Around! The performance premiered November 5-7 with a live/interactive introduction.
  • Curricular Performances - Vocal Music, Instrumental Music, and Dance: Our virtual Winter Music and Dance Concerts are thoughtfully curated performances that include large and small group pieces, exploring new ways of creating and presenting music and dance through the screen. The concerts premiered during the first two weeks of December.
  • Spring Musical: Auditions for the spring musical began the second week of October, with rehearsals in November. Auditions included a vocal, acting, and dance portion, all conducted virtually. Participation in the school musical is open to all grade levels. The musical, Cinderella, will premiere March 12 and 13.
  • Stage Craft & Post Production: Students are invited to volunteer to assist in the post-production side of virtual performance: sound mixing/editing, video editing, animation, etc.

When we return to hybrid learning, will assemblies be held on campus?

We will follow state and county gathering guidelines. For the time being, assemblies will be held online.

Student Support, Health, and Wellness

How will the school support my student this school year?

Our student life team stands ready to meet our students where they are, on campus or at home, providing connection, social and emotional support, advising, and most of all, a caring, listening ear trained to serve student needs. Understanding the challenges students and families are facing this fall, we have dedicated additional resources to fostering the connection and relationships that are the cornerstone of the Prep experience. Any student or parent with questions about student life or student support is invited to contact our Assistant Head for Student Life, Vanessa Walker-Oakes.

How will the schedule provide opportunities for social and emotional learning?

Prep’s new schedule includes several adaptations made with student wellbeing in mind. Recognizing the need for dedicated time for social-emotional learning and class connection, the schedule provides for a weekly advisory period, during which grades 7 and 9 will participate in advisory, grades 8, 10, 11, and 12 will have the opportunity to host class meetings and activities. For students in grade 10, opportunities will be provided for them to meet on a recurring basis with their advisors from the previous year. Similarly, students in grade 11 will have quarterly opportunities to check in with their sophomore advisors. Community times such as weekly community blocks (Wednesdays) and morning meetings (Thursdays) provide additional communal touchpoints. A late start on Friday provides the opportunity for students to sleep in, recognizing the need for down time and rest, while faculty engage in ongoing collaboration and professional growth.

How will mentoring programs support students?

Our peer counseling and 8th Grade Buddies programs are committed to serving students in grades 7, 8, and 9, matching each student with a senior mentor. Senior Leaders provide peer-to-peer tutoring for class-specific academic support. Our mentoring also extends to our new 7th and 8th grade families, who will be welcomed by our brand new PAW (Parents Association Welcome) program, pairing each family with an experienced Prep mentor family.

How will teachers support students’ learning outside a typical class period?

For students who would benefit from additional time with their teachers to practice and master course skills and content, prepare for assessments, or make up missed work, all faculty will be hosting regular tutoring after school, just as they would on campus. In addition, our Associate Dean of Student Support, Midge Kimble, will be dedicating her time to serving students who require additional learning and/or health support.

What other resources are available for students who need academic, social, and emotional support?

Our most important priority is to serve our students and make them feel safe, cared for, and understood. Recognizing the diversity of students, we encourage students who are struggling with any concern to approach the adult within our student life team with whom they feel most comfortable.

  • Dean of Students Barrett Jamison is available to all students as a resource for guidance and counsel.
  • The grade level deans have specific experience overseeing student progress through each developmental year of middle and high school. Their doors, both literal and virtual, are open to meet with students.
  • For students who wish to speak with a psychologist, our school counselor, Dr. Mary Rotzien, is also available to meet with students. Students should contact Barrett Jamison to schedule an appointment.

How will the school provide for students’ health and wellness?

Maintaining and protecting the physical and emotional health of our community is a primary concern for everyone at Prep. Our Student Life team is actively engaged in reaching out to our students and finding ways to connect and serve, even while on Zoom.

  • At every grade level, the Student Life team reinforces community connection through weekly class meetings and other developmentally appropriate activities.
  • The advisory system for grades 7 and 9, as well as quarterly advising meetings for grades 10 and 11, offer periodic support for small groups.
  • Individual support for students and families is also available. Students and parents should feel comfortable reaching out to any faculty member or a member of the Student Life team, which consists of Dean of Students Barrett Jamison, School Counselor Dr. Mary Rotzien, Associate Dean of Student Support Midge Kimble, and Assistant Head for Student Life Vanessa Walker-Oakes, as well as grade level deans for each grade. Meet our entire Prep Student Support team by watching this video that was shared with students.
  • The school is expanding its programming to include assemblies and speakers who will provide context and support. Lori Getz, an expert on social media and technology, worked with grades 7-9 in September and October. Dave Mochel, a mindfulness expert, worked with 11th and 12th graders in October, and with all parents on October 8.

Academic Life

What kind of professional growth have teachers done around online learning in recent months?

Prep’s faculty have been predictably eager to learn strategies and skills to supplement the online teaching experiences they had in the spring. Individuals and cohorts have attended recent workshops on a range of topics, including active learning in the age of COVID-19, redefining student life for online learning, becoming a diversity responsive school, global program leadership in a changing world, and bringing humanity to virtual spaces.

In addition, administrators have distilled six takeaways about online learning from extensive student and faculty feedback in the spring, as well as a Prep parent survey this summer: build community, be interactive, plan for variety in classroom activities, encourage student-to-student contact through breakout groups and projects, be aware of screen time, and remember that students still have extracurricular and family commitments during online learning. At a faculty meeting in early August, based on these guidelines, teachers brainstormed together how to build community with new students and lesson plan strategically.

During opening faculty meetings in mid-August, Prep faculty will also discuss online learning strategies with Lori Getz, founder of Cyber Education Consultants and a frequent guest speaker to our students about digital literacy.

As Prep has done for decades, we also continue to support robust individual professional growth funding for all faculty through an application process.

How will faculty assess and adapt the learning experience for students throughout the fall? 

Whether online, hybrid or fully on campus, faculty this year will have ample time to reflect on student learning through our new Faculty Fridays, weekly 45-minute meetings made possible by a weekly late start for students in this year’s schedule. At these gatherings, faculty will collaborate in small groups, come together by departments and grade levels to discuss academic and student life, and work with outside speakers on topics such as inclusion and leadership.

We will also be continuing our strong faculty evaluation and growth program through online class observations and student surveys, which apply to new teachers as well as those in a comprehensive evaluation year (multiples of five).

In addition, we welcome feedback from parents and students on ways to further strengthen academic and student life at Prep. For academic life feedback, please contact Assistant Head for Academic Life Sarah Cooper; for student life feedback, please contact Assistant Head for Student Life Vanessa Walker-Oakes.

How can students stay in contact with their teachers in a period of online learning?

Every teacher will be offering regular tutoring/office hours, listed on teachers’ syllabi and onCampus page. Email is also an excellent way to get in touch. As always, students are more than welcome to schedule a one-on-one conversation with any faculty member via Zoom or Google Meet.

If I have a question about the academic program, whom should I contact?

Prep’s website offers information about each department’s curriculum and the school’s academic vision.

We always encourage students to take the first step in communicating with Prep faculty or administrators with questions, followed by a parental inquiry if needed. For questions about faculty or curricular topics, please contact the appropriate department chair, initiative coordinator, or Sarah Cooper. For questions about student life or student support, please contact Vanessa Walker-Oakes.

Financial Questions

How is Flintridge Prep supporting families impacted financially by the pandemic?

We understand there may be new and unusual family financial demands that make the cost of a Flintridge Prep education an obstacle. The Flintridge Prep Board of Trustees is committed to keeping our community and student body strong by stewarding the school’s resources and supporting families through the pandemic as much as possible. If need-based financial assistance would be helpful in the 2020-2021 or 2021-2022 school year, please submit our FAST application. Those experiencing immediate financial impacts should contact our Director of Operations Kim Kinder.

How is money being spent to support our community during this time?

  • The school has increased financial assistance funding to provide additional assistance to our families experiencing financial strain due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Expenditures have been made to support the IT infrastructure, as well as equipment for faculty and staff to work remotely.
  • Expenditures have been made to offset expenses accrued by faculty and staff working from home, including Wi-Fi, printing, and cell phone expenses.
  • We have hired additional faculty members to allow for physically distanced teaching.
  • We have increased expenditures for faculty and staff who have increased workloads related to the pandemic.
  • We have increased expenditures related to distribution of student supplies and the production of Performing and Visual Arts programs.
  • We had made upgrades to HVAC systems throughout campus buildings to improve the filtration capabilities of the air conditioning and heating systems.
  • Investments have been made to provide faculty, staff, and student screening; personal protective equipment (PPE); wellness counseling; and campus signage.
  • Additional investments have been made to enhance cleaning protocols; increase maintenance staff, routines, and equipment; and improve campus maintenance.


To whom should I direct questions?

If you have questions not answered on our website, please feel free to email covidteam@flintridgeprep.org. If you have questions of a personal nature, please contact Theresa King or Kim Kinder directly.

Recent Communications from Prep

Click here to read our recent communications to our community.

Flintridge Prep On-Campus Safety Plan

Click here to view document.

School Compliance

In compliance with with state and local guidelines, please find the following documents to reopen Flintridge Prep for hybrid learning.


COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist 

T1 Appendix

Indoor Sports Return to Play Safety Plan

Appendix S: Reopening Protocol for Youth and Adult Recreational Sports Leagues

Our Commitment to Health and Safety

The campus remains restricted to all essential faculty, staff, and students. Those who come to campus are expected to follow rigorous guidelines.

Flintridge Preparatory School
4543 Crown Avenue La Cañada Flintridge CA 91011
Tel: 818-790-1178
Fax: 818-952-6247
Located near Pasadena and Los Angeles in La Cañada, CA, Flintridge Prep is a private independent, coed day school for grades 7-12.
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