Open House Sets Record

A record number of families visit campus for the first Open House of the year.
Prospective students and their families filled the campus for the Admission Open House on October 30. The largest number of families ever were in attendance to learn more about Montrose's transformational education and nationally recognized character and leadership program.

Prospective families toured the campus led by members of the Red Key Club, Montrose School's student ambassadors. Families took the opportunity to chat with Montrose's faculty scholars about the School's unique curriculum, based on core texts of the liberal arts and the Catholic intellectual tradition. Faculty members also explained how students benefit from the award-winning character and leadership program which helps girls form lifelong habits of mind, heart, and character. 

"Our program is built upon the foundation that every student is unique, unrepeatable and called by God to discover her noble purpose," explained Head of School Katie Elrod. 

Prospective families can learn more about the Montrose curriculum at Curriculum Night on Tuesday, December 6. Families can register via Ravenna or by contacting the Admission Office.
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