Info Sessions And Parent Tours

Info Sessions And Parent Tours

 

The best way to learn about Northwest Academy’s academic and arts programs is to see our school in action! Monthly Information Sessions include a presentation by senior staff and a tour of classes in session.  These sessions are primarily geared toward parents; students are welcome to attend, but the Student Shadow Day is your student’s best introduction to the school.

Information Sessions & Tours are held on the following dates:

Middle School, Tuesdays, 9:30-11:00 AM

September 18, 2018
October 9, 2018
November 13, 2018 Session full*
December 4, 2018 Session full*
January 8, 2019

High School, Thursdays, 9:30-11:00 AM

September 20, 2018
October 11, 2018
November 15, 2018
December 6, 2018
January 10, 2019

An additional mixed-grade Information Session and Tour will be held on May 7, 2019 for families looking ahead to the 2020-2021 application cycle.

Sign up for an Information Session and Tour via the events calendar in the online admissions portal.

*Please note: Scheduled Info Sessions are filling fast!  Individual tours are available on request. Please contact us at admissions@nwacademy.org schedule a private tour, or with any questions.

  • Small Class Size

    Northwest Academy commitment to small classes and access to faculty help students succeed at high levels.

    Small Class Size
    Classes average 15 students per class
  • Find Out Why Northwest Academy Students Thrive.

    It’s how we teach. And how they learn.

    Find Out Why Northwest Academy Students Thrive.
  • You Are More Than Just a Test Score or a Grade Point Average.

    Our admissions process is designed to help us get to know each student through a classroom visit, the student’s written work, and entrance exams written and evaluated by our teachers.

    You Are More Than Just a Test Score or a Grade Point Average.
  • Middle school students are capable of far more rigorous work than they often experience

    Middle school students are acquiring critical skills that will determine the caliber of work they do in high school and college.

    Middle school students are capable of far more rigorous work than they often experience