Top Private School Events in Washington

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 Washington open-houses (2018-19) are listed below

Thu., June 13, 2019  - Seattle, WA

Open House
The Polytech
540 NE Northgate Way, Suite D, Seattle, WA 98125
11:30am - 1:00pm

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Ruth Wilson, (206)557-4646,

Please stop in to see our campus and contribute to a community discussion with our students and staff. Led by social studies teacher Mark Magee, participants discuss the issues important to them in the 2020 presidential election, then research where each candidate stands. Mark is capturing all information in a large chart so that we can more easily compare candidates.

Wed., October 23, 2019  - Seattle, WA

Open House
Bishop Blanchet High School
8200 Wallingford Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
5:30pm - 8:00pm

RSVP needed: No
Further information:

The Bishop Blanchet Open House is for any family interested in learning more about Bishop Blanchet.

Mon., January 06, 2020 - Fri., February 28, 2020  - Woodinville, United States

Open House
Shyne School (the)
13613 Avondale RD NE, Woodinville, WA 98072
9:30am (01/06) - 11:30am (02/28)

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Katrina Brooke, (425)882-1981,

At The Shyne School we do Open Tours for anyone that wants to see the school in January and February each year. Make an appointment to see the school for a private tour at 9:30 or 10:30, Monday to Friday in January or February. We start accepting new pre-registration forms for families interested in registering at The Shyne School starting January 1st each year for the following Summer (Mid-June) and Fall (Sept). We then confirm enrollment by, or before, March 15th. After February we only offer tours for classes with openings. We receive multiple calls a day requesting tours and if we do not have a spot we do not tour the classrooms. This is intended to keep disruptions to our current students to a minimum. Perspective parents are always welcome to stop by after 6 pm or on the weekends and see the school groups, peek in the windows and have a phone conversation to find out more about our school. We have a low turn over for students and staff.

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