St. Nicholas School Announces Campus Tour Dates

Wednesday, October 4, 2017
St. Nicholas School announces the admission season for the 2017-18 academic year is underway and registration for campus tours is open. The first one is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 19. Additional tour dates are:  Nov. 9; Dec. 7; Jan. 11, 18  and 25, 2018; Feb. 1 and 8, 2018; and March 15, 2018.

All group tours are on Thursdays from 8:25 a.m. until approximately 10 a.m. and are designed for parents only; children will be invited at a later date. Visits begin with chapel and include meeting the head of school and touring classrooms.

The deadline for submitting applications for the Early Learning Center (pre-k and kindergarten) is 
Feb.
9, 2018 with individual assessments scheduled for Feb. 27 through March 2, 2018, and group assessments on Friday, March 9, 2018 and Monday, March 12, 2018. 

"St. Nicholas School offers a unique educational program designed to foster a love of learning, and its students consistently meet or surpass national standards and benchmarks. Visitors should not expect to see neat rows of desks as in a traditional setting. Instead, they will see students actively engaged in their work and participating in stations set up throughout classrooms.

"Founded on the principles of the Episcopal Church, St. Nicholas emphasizes love and respect for all humans, moral integrity, spiritual growth, compassion and responsibility. Students of all religious and cultural backgrounds are welcome," officials said.

To register for a tour or for more information, contact Cori Hasden at chasden@stns.org or 
423-899-1999.

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