Open House Showcases Northwood Experience

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On November 12th, Northwood school hosted its first open house for prospective students and families. Members of the Blue Key society volunteered to provide tours for families visiting campus, many for the first time. The day started with an introduction by Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Mr. Brad D’Arco.

After a campus tour, visitors attended a presentation by Mr. Tom Broderick and Ms. Linda D’Arco. Everyone then came together in the living room where a panel (Mr. Steve Reed, Aude-Marie Ackebo ’18, Isaac Newcomb ’20, Ana spencer ’20, and Ms. Cency Middleton) answered questions about the Northwood School experience.

The event concluded with an address by head of school, Michael Maher, who talked about the importance of the boarding school experience.

“Overall, the event went pretty well,” said Ms. Middleton. “We showcased some of the things we do here, especially our robotics program. People seemed impressed.”

All the feedback has been positive and the admissions office is looking forward to a second edition of the Northwood School Open House.


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