Private School Events in Wisconsin

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.

Wisconsin open-houses are listed below:

Thu., August 17, 2017  - Stevens Point, WI

Open House
St. Paul Lutheran School
1919 Wyatt Avenue, Stevens Point, WI 54481
3:00pm - 7:00pm

RSVP needed: No
Further information: Myra Swiston

We cordially invite you to attend our Open House and Meet the Teacher night for prospective students and their families. This is a great time to tour our campus, meet our teachers and administrator, and learn about all that St. Paul has to offer your family!

Tue., August 29, 2017 - Wed., August 30, 2017  - Hilbert, WI

Open House
Trinity Lutheran School
N6081 W River Rd, Hilbert, WI 54129
6:00pm (08/29) - 8:00pm (08/30)

RSVP needed: No
Further information: Susan Boeck, 920-853-3134, trinity.sboeck@gmail.com

Trinity Rantoul School invites you to experience what we have to offer. Parents can see our school and church and meet our staff on Tuesday night. Parents and children are invited to experience our school on Wednesday night. We can't wait to meet you! Come see what we have to offer!

Tue., October 24, 2017  - Lake Mills, WI

Open House
Lakeside Lutheran High School
231 Woodland Beach Rd, Lake Mills, WI 53551
5:30am - 7:30pm

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: Steve Lauber, 920-648-2321 x2218, slauber@llhs.org

LLHS cordially invites 8th graders and their parents/guardians to attend an Open House for next year's freshmen and their families. This Open House provides an opportunity to meet and interact with teachers, administrators, and students, as well as tour our campus. Reservations are required with Mr. Lauber. We hope to see you there!

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