Top Private School Events in Maine

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.

Top Maine open-houses (2020-21) are listed below

Wed., December 02, 2020  - Saco, ME

Open House
Thornton Academy
438 Main St, Saco, ME 04072
8:00am (EST) - 9:00am (EST)

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Katy Nicketakis, admissions@thorntonacademy.org

You're invited to VIRTUALLY visit Thornton Academy's beautiful campus and learn more about why NOW is the best time to consider a private school education! Find out about enrolling in both our middle school and upper school (grades 6-12), and about financial aid and scholarship opportunities. Open to all prospective students and families!

Wed., December 02, 2020  - South Berwick, ME

Virtual Event
Berwick Academy
6:30pm (EST) - 7:30pm (EST)

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Bob Callahan, rcallahan@berwickacademy.org

At Berwick Academy, we believe that finding the right college requires thoughtful self-analysis, careful research, and continual support from college advisors, teachers, coaches, and parents. We pride ourselves on matching each of our students with schools that best fit their individual needs.On Wednesday, December 2, join our College Counseling Office members for an interactive discussion as they outline how Berwick Academy provides personalized college counseling that focuses on each student's passions, talents, and goals. They will cover such topics as:How students effectively research and select the best collegeAdmissions rates including the use of waitlistsSecuring smart financial aid: who gets it and how muchRecruiting efforts and student engagementTips for families on how to manage the processBerwick`s College Counseling OfficeMoira McKinnon `88 - Director of College CounselingLynne O`Shaughnessy - Associate Director of College CounselingStephen Silversides - Associate Director of College CounselingRegistration Link:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUsd-2vpzgsG9XRPeew-MIoSlxyGgzH0lJV

Tue., December 08, 2020  - South Berwick, ME

Virtual Event
Berwick Academy
6:30pm (EST) - 7:15pm (EST)

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Bob Callahan, rcallahan@berwickacademy.org

At the heart of the Berwick Community is the strong partnership between the school and our families. Through support and collaboration with our faculty and staff, Berwick parents play a significant role in promoting our culture and helping our students thrive. Don't just take our word for it, connect directly with current parents. Families of prospective students are invitied to join us virtually and connect with current parents across all three school divisions as they share theur experiences and answer questions about what it means to #BABulldog family. We hope you take this opportunity to hear from our parents and learn why they love sending their children to Berwick.Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqfuCtrDgjH9a9WGcn0VkHsyjgD_ER6Jli?utm_medium=email&utm_source=sharpspring

Sat., December 12, 2020  - Saco, ME

Reception
Thornton Academy
438 Main St, Saco, ME 04072
10:00am (EST) - 12:00pm (EST)

RSVP needed: No
Further information: Katy Nicketakis, admissions@thorntonacademy.org

Join us at Thornton Academy Middle School for this fun, free, outdoor event open to families with kids of all ages. Drop off a letter to Santa and your child will receive a letter in return! Enjoy a hot cocoa and muffin by the campfire! Chat with TAMS teachers and staff! Learn more: https://www.thorntonacademy.org/santa

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