Private School Events in California

Find private school fairs, open houses and other events in your area. You can also learn more about them, how they work, and how they can help you research schools.

California open-houses are listed below:

Fri., August 01, 2014 - Fri., August 29, 2014 - Fair Oaks, CA

Open House
Country Hill Montessori
6131 Kenneth Ave, Fair Oaks, CA, 95628, USA
10:00am (08/01) - 12:00pm (08/29)

RSVP needed: No
Further information: Tanya Byrd, 916-969-2929,

"Throughout the month of August, each Friday we will host an Open House for prospective students and their families. These Open Houses will provide an opportunity to meet and interact with teachers, administrators, and students, as well as tour our beautiful campus. Reservations are not required. We hope to see you there!"

Fri., October 24, 2014 - Idyllwild, CA

Open House
Idyllwild Arts Academy
Po Box 38, Idyllwild, CA, 92549, USA
11:00am - 4:00pm

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Christy Wilke, 951-659-2171 x2223,

The Admissions Office cordially invites you to attend our Open House for prospective families. This year, our Open House will run in tandem with our College Fair, as well as our weekly All-School Meeting. Please RSVP to the contact information provided. We look forward to seeing you there!

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