Get to Know Arroyo Pacific Academy

Arroyo Pacific Academy is an independent four-year private, coeducational college preparatory high school located in Arcadia, California. The school focuses on a distinctive educational program and aims to be a special place for students to learn, grow and prepare for life.

They always keep in mind the unique needs of students, including English Language Learning and pay close attention to individual learning styles.
Arroyo Pacific treasures intellectual curiosity and lets their students develop the academic skills needed for success in college as well as an adult life.

The school wants their students to be collaborative workers who are respectful of other people’s’ ideas and open to learning from them. Students should also be effective leaders but not shy to work effectively with others as well. These skills will be essential in college and in the workplace.

Students should also be critical thinkers who, among other things demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills, but also demonstrate competent reading, writing and mathematical skills.

Most importantly, the school believes that learning does not stop at school and that students should be lifelong learners who can adapt to a changing world, respects diversity and can work effectively and hone their decision making and prioritizing skills. They should also demonstrate civic responsibility, respect and appreciate the uniqueness of self and others and understand connections between choices and consequences by taking responsibility for their actions.

You can contact the Arroyo Pacific Academy at (626) 294 ­ 0661. They are located at 41 West Santa Clara Street in Arcadia. You can visit the school online at



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