Westerly School’s Decision 2010 helps students choose a High School

share this:

high-school-decisionArea middle school students and their parents are invited to attend “High School Decision 2010” on Thursday, October 22 at Westerly School from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to hear 19 representatives from area high schools talk about their programs. The event is open to all, and the address is 2950 East 29th Street, Long Beach.

Decision 2010 is designed to help middle school families make informed decisions about high school selection by helping them to understand the various options. There will be short presentations by high school representatives and an opportunity for families to gather information and ask questions.

There will be representatives from public schools, such as Long Beach Poly PACE and CIC programs along with Wilson High School Distinguished Scholars and Millikan QUEST. In addition, area independent high schools are attending, including Chadwick School (Palos Verdes Peninsula), Loyola High School (Los Angeles), Fairmont Preparatory Academy (Anaheim), Cornelia Connelly School (Anaheim), Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana), Orange Lutheran High School (Orange), Rolling Hills Preparatory School (San Pedro), Servite High School (Anaheim), Sage Hill High School (Newport Beach), Vista Mar High School (El Segundo), Saint Joseph High School (Lakewood), Tarbut V’Torah School (Irvine), Rosary High School (Fullerton), St. John Bosco High School (Bellflower), and Colegio New City School (Long Beach).

For further information and to RSVP, please contact Kalim Rayburn, Westerly’s Assistant Head of School, at krayburn@westerlyschool.org or call (562) 981-3151.

Westerly School is an independent, non-profit, kindergarten through eighth grade non-denominational school whose mission is to whose mission is to develop each child’s full potential intellectually, emotionally, morally and physically.

Comments are closed.