July 12, 2020

The Country School Hosts Secondary School Fair Tonight


Area families are invited to join The Country School on Wednesday, April 12, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for the 15th Annual Secondary School Fair. This is a great opportunity to speak with representatives from a range of high schools, both boarding and day, and learn what their schools have to offer.

Previous participants have included:

Avon Old Farms, Berkshire, Canterbury, Cheshire Academy, Choate Rosemary Hall, Cushing Academy, Dana Hall, Deerfield Academy, Emma Willard, Ethel Walker, Fairfield Prep, Gunnery, Hamden Hall, Hopkins, Hotchkiss, Kent, Kimball Union, Kingswood Oxford, Lauralton Hall, Loomis Chaffee, Lyme-Old Lyme High School, The Master’s School, Marvelwood, Mercy, Millbrook, Miss Hall’s, Miss Porter’s, Northfield Mt. Hermon, Phillips Academy Andover, Phillips Exeter Academy, Pomfret, Portsmouth Abbey, Sacred Heart, Salisbury, Stoneleigh Burnham, Suffield Academy, Tabor Academy, Taft, Trinity Pawling, Vermont Academy, Westminster, Westover, The Williams School, Williston Northampton, Xavier and more.

Questions? Contact Deborah Williams: deborah.williams@thecountryschool.org¬†or call 203-421-3113, ext. 137. The Secondary School Fair will take place in the school’s DeFrancis Gymnasium at 341 Opening Hill Road, Madison, CT.

In addition to the Secondary School Fair, The Country School is offering a series of workshops during the week of April 10. All workshops, ranging from Robotics to Art, are free and open to the public. There will also be an author/illustrator event with John Fixx and Abby Carter, author and illustrator of the new book, The Curious Guide to Things That Aren’t. Learn more and register at www.thecountryschool.org/april.

The Country School is a coeducational, independent day school serving students in PreSchool-Grade 8 on its 23-acre campus. The Country School is committed to active, hands-on learning and a vigorous curriculum that engages the whole child. Signature programs such as Elmore Leadership, Public Speaking, STEAM, and Outdoor Education help prepare students for success in high school and beyond.

Learn more at www.thecountryschool.org.


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