We are so pleased that you have chosen to find out more about St. Patrick's as you search for the right school for your child and your family. We know that you have many considerations and choices ahead of you as you go through this process.
We are grateful and excited to welcome prospective families back onto campus this fall. We hope that when you visit, you are able to observe firsthand our warm and engaging learning environment as well as our commitment to a purposeful educational experience for all students.
My colleagues and I look forward to meeting you in the months ahead as we help you discover more about our wonderful learning community.Lindsay Spector
Director of Enrollment Management
Saturday, January 7
9:30 - 11:00 am
Presentations by special subject teachers. Middle Schoolers welcome to attend presentations.
Childcare for younger children provided.
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(Registration via Ravenna)
Tues, Wed, & Thurs
9:30 am: Nursery & Kindergarten
9:00 am & 10:00 am: Grades 1-8
Small division-specific group tours.
Visits include an information session and campus tour.
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We invite you to complete an Online Inquiry so that we are able to support you throughout the admission process.
We use a software system called Ravenna to collect inquiries and to manage the application process. After submitting your information, you will be able to register for admission events. The online inquiry form is not an application, but rather the first step in our admission process.
Please complete a separate inquiry form for each of your children. To inquire and apply to our Nursery program for students who will be 3 years old by September 1, please select the grade level "PS" on the form.
Our classrooms are places of discovery, led by teachers who care deeply about their students as learners and as people. We appreciate the value of discovery - learning by doing is at the heart of education throughout a child’s years at St. Patrick’s.
As our Head of Lower School says, "Our students see themselves as learners, and they see that they have agency in their learning. They come to understand that they can create change that matters."
Does this sound like the kind of educational experience you'd like for your child?
We invite you to download our viewbook and learn more . . .
Why St. Patrick's?
Parents and students share a range of meaningful experiences as happy, active members of the St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School community.
A purposeful, intentional use of play in our Nursery School invites the young child to explore their world and construct meaning in the present.