A Home Away From Home

Life in the boarding hall is a priceless opportunity for you to experience dynamic cultural exchange and develop life-long friendships with young women from across the globe.

Residential Life Curriculum

The newly redesigned Residential Life Curriculum seeks to foster a sense of belonging and empowerment in our students. Based on research and best practices, the curriculum has been designed to teach social emotional skills, character, life skills, outdoor skills, and wellness. Our girls will learn skills today that translate to the real world. From learning about self-management to healthy relationships to compromise, to managing a budget, cooking a meal, or changing a tire, the students will benefit from a holistic education that transcends the confines of the classroom. Wellness teachers, dorm parents, counselors, parents, school staff and outside experts will deliver a robust program in the evenings and weekends. Our residential life curriculum is designed to nurture the lives of our students, with an additional focus on four key areas: community, spirituality, education and awareness, and leadership. Read more about each foundational component of our boarding curriculum!

Day in the LIfe

Your days at Flintridge Sacred Heart will be action-packed! At the same time, you’ll have down time to hang out with friends and build a community with your fellow classmates.

Take a closer look at what a day in the life of our current students looks like:

6:30 a.m.

Wake-up with some fun music, remind my roommates not to oversleep

8:30 a.m.

Present your completed Arduino prototype in Mr. Buxman's engineering class

9:30 a.m.

Learn some new hip hop moves in dance class

10:55 a.m.

Enjoy a laugh during break

12:30 p.m.

Hang out in a lunch meeting for Science & Environmental Club

2:40 pm.

Head to office hours for help with English from Ms. Wilkinson

3:05 pm

Off to tennis practice

5:30 pm

Community dinner with my dorm family

6:10 pm

Go for a walk and enjoy the view with friends around campus after dinner

7:00 pm

Second study—working with a study group to finish my Spanish presentation

8:30 pm

Catching a flick at "The Landing" for #TBT movie night

10:00 pm

Get one last hug from your friend!

say good night to friends in the boarding hall

11:00 pm

Lights out!

Local Area Guide

Best Places to Visit According to Our Students

Southern California is lively and full of culture! With easy access to city destinations, beaches, mountains, and the desert, our students can have any type of experience they dream of. If you're visiting campus, we encourage you to explore some of our students' favorite destinations. Be warned, you might fall in love with the place!

Gardens, Parks & Beaches

Our students love getting outdoors! We make regular trips to a variety of gardens, parks and beaches throughout Los Angeles County. Here are a few our favorite destinations.

We love a good picnic!


With 230+ museums in Los Angeles, you're bound to find a few of interest. Here are some of our favorite museum destinations for learning about and discovering new artists.

Posing in front of Jeff Koons' "Tulips" sculpture


While we can always eat on campus, it's also awesome to head down the Hill for some boba, Starbucks or a visit to Urth Cafe.

Boba is a popular outing
  • Sometimes we just want a coffee or latte from Starbucks


Shopping can be a fun excursion off campus to find a new outfit to wear to one of our community dinners or just a quick jaunt for some basics like toothpaste.

  • Perhaps the most famous two-mile stretch in all of Beverly Hills, we enjoy a trip to Rodeo Drive.
  • We love the charm of Old Town Pasadena, not to mention the ample dining and shopping options!
  • Sometimes a trip to the local Target is in order for some laundry soap or other basics.


Places like Disneyland, Universal Studios and the Rose Bowl are iconic Los Angeles area destinations and we love living here so we can take full advantage. 

At the entrance of Universal Studios
  • The Rose Bowl, viewable from campus, is a perfect destination for concerts, from Coldplay to Beyoncé, not to mention the largest flea market in the Los Angeles area.

Day or Weekend Trips

Longer day or weekend get-away trips are perfect opportunities for us to build friendships with each other, plus it's fun to get out of the city and explore a little further away from home! 

Playing in the snow is a favorite activitiy during our winter trips to Lake Arrowhead
  • Lake Arrowhead is a frequent destination for boarding council retreats


440 St. Katherine Drive
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011

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