-- Separation Anxiety for Preschool & Beyond
-- Insider's Guide to Preschool & Kindergarten Admissions
-- and many more!
|High School Admissions 101 @ Bennett Day School|
|Location:||Bennett Day School|
|Time:||7:00 PM - 8:30 PM · Oct 17, 2019|
|Who:||Members & Non-members - Adults only|
|Parking:||Ample street parking|
Adults $0.00, Children $0.00, Family Four-pack $0.00
Non-members: Adults $10.00, Children $0.00, Family Four-pack $0.00
Are you starting to look into high schools for your middle school-aged (6th-8th grade) child? Is your child still in elementary school but you want to plan ahead for the next step in your school search journey?
Join NPN as we partner with Chicago School GPS for a seminar aimed at parents seeking school search guidance beyond elementary school!
Gear up for the new high school admissions season and the private and public high school application processes. This seminar will cover these topics and questions:
- * An overview of Chicago's public and private high school admissions process
- * How do I choose a good school fit for my child?
- * What are the criteria for the various public and private high school programs?
- * Tips on navigating Open Houses and Shadow Days
- * What should I know about the GoCPS application process?
Grace Lee Sawin from Chicago School GPS can help you demystify the Chicago high school admissions process. When you know what to expect, you can help your child successfully navigate the public and private high school search journey.
Please be respectful of our presenter & sponsors and honor your RSVP.
NPN Members: login first to get the NPN member discount!
(NOTE: Your RSVP/ticket payment is a non-refundable reservation and processing fee).
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The 411 on Preschool Philosophies @ Bennett Day School Bennett Day School
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Meet the Co-Chairs
|Amy Johnson||Director of Volunteers for NPN, Amy became a member in 2006 shortly before her first son was born. Prior to working for NPN, she volunteered by co-chairing the West Town Club and hosting a New Moms Group. Amy is active in her school community and serves on her Local School Council. Amy loves raising her kids in the city and exploring Chicago with her family and friends. She especially loves working and playing with NPN's amazing network of families and volunteers.|