PCS Winter Open Houses

Small classes, attention to your child’s personal character, and an environment of enjoyable academic development are just some of the things that make PCS such a special place.  Join us to learn why our families love this school!

“Super Sunday” Open House and Family Lunch, Sunday, February 4, noon-3:00 pmJoin us for a light family lunch and presentations from students, faculty, board and current school parents.  This event will provide a great taste of the culture and academic atmosphere at PCS. (Location: PCS Campus, start in Veritas Hall, Bldg. 5000)

The PCS Experience, Thursday, February 8, 6:30-8:00 pm. See what we are learning at PCS! Join us for presentations from all of our K-12 students and faculty in a fast-paced overview that will demonstrate the classroom experience at PCS. (Location: Jamestown High School Auditorium, 1 minute from PCS campus)

Classroom Tour Day will be held on Thursday, February 15.  Doors open at 8:00 for breakfast during “Memory Period” for grades K-5 (8:20-8:50).  Q&A with Head of School Susan Oweis follows.  A presentation about classical, Christian education concludes the program time, 9:00-9:15.  K-12 classrooms are open throughout the day.  We encourage parents and student visitors to observe more than one grade during their visit, so that they get a feel for the continuity of curriculum across the grades.  Childcare is available for this event if reserved in advance. (Location: PCS Campus, start in Veritas Hall, Bldg. 5000)

Register for one or more of these open house events: PCS@PCSvirginia.org or call: 757-565-2900, x305

Want some basics about PCS?  View our school video and check out the school overview.

Financial aid and scholarships available. Open enrollment begins on February 20.

Note: PCS has an “open door” policy regarding school visits. We invite you to schedule a visit for yourself and shadowing for your student any day.  We look forward to discussing the needs of your child.  View current events on our Facebook Page: search Providence Classical School of Williamsburg, VA.



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