Top Private School Events in Vermont

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 Vermont open-houses (2020) are listed below

Wed., February 26, 2020  - White River Jct, VT

Open House
Mid Vermont Christian School
399 West Gilson Avenue, White River Jct, VT 05001
9:00am - 3:00pm

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Deanna Farrell, (802)295-6800,

You are invited to book a tour and see MVCS in action. 7-12th graders can shadow a student in their grade, younger students can come stay for a portion of the day, and families can come for a full tour. Please let us know if you will attend. If our open house dates do not work for your schedule, please contact us and we will set up a date for your to visit. We look forward to meeting you.

Fri., April 03, 2020  - Williston, VT

Open House
Trinity Baptist School
280 Trinity Drive, Williston, VT 05495
8:30am - 11:00am

RSVP needed: No
Further information: Jennifer Anair, (802)879-9007,

Come tour our campus and meet the teachers and staff! Light refreshments and coffee available. Visit our website to learn more about our school.

Sat., October 03, 2020  - Putney, VT

Open House
Oak Meadow School
8 Bellows Falls Rd., Putney, VT 05301
11:00am - 1:00pm

RSVP needed: No
Further information: (802)251-8250,

Join Oak Meadow for this fun, annual event! Learn about our flexible, progressive homeschooling curriculum and distance learning school for grades K to 12. Speak with teachers, browse curriculum materials, network with other families. Crafts and activities for students of all ages. Delicious Vermont treats. Free and open to anyone who`s interested in learning more about independent learning. For more info, visit

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