Providence Hall Open House, January 25

Informational Session for ‘College Preparatory School in the Christian Tradition,’ Grades 7 - 12

Providence Hall’s college-preparatory education is now available for students in grades 7 through 12. Founded in 2007 as a high school, Providence Hall recently announced the expansion of it’s distinctive, humanities-based academic program to include grades 7 and 8 in the fall of 2011.

Parents and students interested in grades 7 through 12 for fall 2011 are invited to an open house on Tuesday, January 25, 7 pm–9 pm. An information session begins at 7 pm, followed by opportunities to learn about activities and athletics, view curriculum, and meet teachers and administrators. A special information session about the new 7th and 8th grades will be held at 8:30 pm.

The open house takes place in the school’s auditorium in the building shared with the Notre Dame School at 33 E. Micheltorena.

For additional information, call 805-962-4400 or e-mail

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