Carlisle School sets open house

On Thursday, April 29, 2021, Carlisle School will host a virtual open house for families considering enrolling their children for the upcoming school year. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and highlights The Carlisle Experience, which features individualized instruction for students who may have fallen behind from virtual learning due to COVID. 

During the event, parents will meet our Head of School, Gracie Agnew, and Admissions Director Sandy Bailey. They will also learn about Carlisle’s highly personalized programs that focus on the whole child from Neal Meyer, Lower School Director, and Beth Gammons, Upper and Middle School Director. Carlisle’s small class sizes enable students to reach their academic and creative potential. 

The school has lowered tuition, and the cost for a Carlisle education per family is determined using a Flexible Tuition Rate based on the parent’s income and the child’s grade level. 

Carlisle serves students in preschool through 12th-grade from Martinsville-Henry County, Danville, Pittsylvania County, Eden, Rockingham County, Franklin County, and the surrounding areas. Regional bus service is available.

Families should visit CarlisleSchool.org/tour to RSVP for the session and request additional information. 

Carlisle School is an independent college preparatory school that provides a positive, safe environment for academic excellence and character development while embracing diversity and preparing our students to become leaders as citizens in a global society. You can find additional information at www.CarlisleSchool.org.

 

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