Complete our inquiry form and sign up to schedule a Parent Tour, Open House, Student Visit or request additional information about our high school. We look forward to learning more about your student and family.
Parent Tours are held on Wednesday mornings, September through January, from 8:30 am to 10 am. Tours give parents a first-hand look at high school Main Lesson classes in progress. Main Lesson is a concentrated morning academic period scheduled in blocks; subjects include the sciences, mathematics, and humanities.
Fall Parent Tours, September through January, are reserved for parents of 8th grade students and potential high school transfer students. Tours in the spring are scheduled once a month. Parents of students in any grade are welcome to register for a spring tour.
Student visits are scheduled Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, with some exceptions, from September through mid-January. The visit day runs from 8:00 am to approximately 1:45 pm with lunch provided. Please note that Student Visits are reserved for current 8th grade students and potential transfer students.
Student visitors are paired with a Student Ambassador while attending a number of classes, meeting students and teachers, and having lunch together. Visiting students follow their host's class schedule during their visit. Please let the Admissions Office know ahead of time if a visitor is interested in attending a specific class—mathematics, languages, music, etc. We'll do our best to accommodate requests.
Student visitors also write a brief essay and participate in one-on-one or small group interviews with our Admission Director.
We welcome the opportunity to learn more about your child's interests, learning styles, and hopes for high school. As an optional part of the application process, most often the Admission Director will reach out to schedule an individual parent meeting, usually in mid to late January after a student application is complete, or nearly complete.
Principles of Good Practice - Shared admission practices agreed upon by Bay Area Admission Directors for local independent high schools