We can help you become a better student in just 3 days! During these high school workshops, uncover tips and tricks to become successful in school and life.
Join us on-campus February 25th, 26th and 27th from 4:00 - 5:30 pm. Each 90 minute workshop will encapsulate content and activities from our unique and accredited Futures Academy courses!
Day 1: Best of Science of Learning (Based on work of Carol Dweck, PhD of Stanford University)
Day 2: Best of Science of Happiness (Based on Yale University's most popular course)
Day 3: Best of Study Skills Seminar (Based on note-taking tips from Cornell University)
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Innovative Private School for Grades 6-12
At Futures Academy, formerly Halstrom Academy, we teach students the knowledge, skills, mindsets, character, and habits needed to achieve personal goals in an innovative, supportive, and socially engaging learning environment with a focus on personalized instruction. Over 19,000 students, grades 6-12, have embraced our philosophy and one-to-one teaching model to go on to achieve the highest levels of success through education.
Futures Academy has 16 campuses throughout California, and we will soon bring our unique learning environment to more neighborhoods!
Grades 6 - 12 | Open Enrollment | Full-Time | Part-Time | College Prep | AP | Courses for Credit | WASC Accredited | UC, CSU & NCAA Approved
Click on the short video below to learn about our students and how Futures Academy positively serves their varying educational needs.
At Futures, we believe students can reach their full potential with personalized instruction that instills confidence, character, and a lifelong love of learning. On our campuses, you will find close-knit communities that foster academic achievement and personal development.
With the 1:1 instruction, my son’s teachers are able to hone in on how he learns. If he needs, he can ask his teachers to break down the material and he can work at his own pace. I see him feeling better about learning, and not afraid to ask questions.
- Jeanne B.