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Wed., April 10, 2019  - Laurel, MD

Open House
St Vincent Pallotti High School
113 St Mary's Place, Laurel, MD 20707
6:00pm (EDT) - 8:00pm (EDT)

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Stacy Springer, (201)725-3228 Ext. 2202, sspringer@pallottihs.org

Learn more about our challenging curriculum including four-year Honors program, Advanced Placement (AP) courses, Pallotti Transitions course for incoming Freshmen, pre-professional Arts Academy, Accelerated Science program, Engineering program and Learning Center for college bound students who need individual support. Take a campus tour and meet our faculty, administration and coaches.

Sun., November 03, 2019  - Laurel, MD

Open House
St Vincent Pallotti High School
113 St. Marys Place, Laurel, MD 20707
2:00am (EDT) - 5:00pm (EDT)

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Stacy Springer, (301)725-3228, sspringer@pallottihs.org

Join Us for Fall Open House for the 2020-2021 school year! Learn more about our programs, take a campus tour and meet faculty, administration and coaches. We offer:Challenging curriculum including four-year Honors program, Advanced Placement (AP) courses, Pallotti Transitions course for incoming Freshmen, pre-professional Arts Academy and a learning center for college bound students who need individual support.Unique small community atmosphere where students feel cared for and personally known.Diverse extracurricular programs including campus ministry, retreats, prayer services and liturgies, choral and band programs, artistic opportunities, and over 20 varsity athletic teams.

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