At A Glance

Rolling Hills Preparatory School

Enrollment

Number of students in grades 6-12: 194
 

Teaching Faculty

28 full-time, 11 part-time
M.A. / M.S.: 16
B.A. / B.S.: 19
Doctorate: 2
Average class size: 16
Faculty: Student Ratio: 1:7
 

Additional Academic Information

72% of the senior class will have taken 4 years of Mathematics.
80% of the senior class will have taken 4 years of Science.
27% of the senior class will have taken 4 years of Foreign Language.
100% of the senior class will have taken 4 years of English.
90% of the senior class will have taken 4 years of Social Studies.
 

Accreditation

Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS)
 

Memberships

California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS)
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
 

Courses

All courses at Rolling Hills Preparatory are college preparatory. Courses are heterogeneously grouped, with the exception of English II Honors, AP English Literature & Composition, AP English Language & Composition, AP European History, Honors U.S. History, AP U.S. History, Honors Economics & Government, AP Psychology, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Physics B, Chemistry Honors, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, and all World Language courses at the Honors or AP level.
 

Renaissance School for Arts and Sciences

Renaissance School for Arts & Sciences enrolls students in grades 5-12. Our students are bright, college-bound, boys and girls who benefit from a faculty that teaches to diverse learning styles. We provide the tools and organizational skills that allow children to demonstrate just how bright they are. Our "process driven" curriculum allows students to find success at school, creates self-esteem, and instills a love of learning that will serve them throughout their chosen school and life paths. Renaissance enables students to take responsibility for their own work and allows families to become families again. We challenge students in their areas of excellence while giving them organizational and remedial work as needed to strengthen areas of weakness.
 

Enrollment

Number of students in grades 5-12: 74
 

Teaching Faculty

11 full-time, 31 part-time
M.A./M.S./M.F.A.: 18
B.A./B.S.: 22
Doctorate: 1
Average Class Size: 14
Faculty: Student Ratio: 1:7
 

School Profiles

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