Dana Hall is excited to welcome prospective students and their families to campus on October 6 and 16. Come meet current students and faculty, and learn about Dana's unique curriculum and extracurricular offerings. We hope you are able to join us!
We encourage families to register online before attending either Open House. Please note that walk-ins are welcome. We look forward to meeting you!
Middle School Open House (grades 5-8):
Thursday, October 6 from 5-7 p.m.
All School Open House (grades 5-12):
Sunday, October 16 from 1-3 p.m.
Middle School Open House includes:
This event is a great opportunity to learn more about our Middle School and its programs. Our classrooms will be filled with our teachers and administrators for you to meet and ask questions. Current students will also be available to help you learn more about life at Dana Hall. Campus tours will be offered at 5:30, 6 and 6:30 p.m. Please note, guests are welcome to come at anytime throughout the program.
All School Open House includes:
ACADEMIC AND STUDENT LIFE FAIR
Representatives from all academic departments and student life programs will be available for you to visit and ask questions.
STUDENT PANEL DISCUSSION
Head of School Katherine Bradley and current students will offer a panel discussion about the Dana experience. Each panel discussion will last approximately 30 minutes.
Dana students will perform dance demonstrations in the Dance Studio. Each demonstration will last approximately 15 minutes.
Student guides will offer 30-minute mini-tours of both Upper School and Middle School facilities.
MIDDLE SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE:
Middle School Dana Hall School, 45 Dana Road, Wellesley, Mass.
ALL SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE:
The Shipley Center for Athletics, Health and Wellness Dana Hall School, 45 Dana Road, Wellesley, Mass.
"In my Literature Composition I class we did a poetry unit before winter break. Our poetry project was in collaboration with a school in Turkey. We created our own websites to display our works of poetry. The last day of school before winter break we were able to Skype with the kids from the school in Turkey, and it was so much fun to interact with students who were so far away. We were able to learn what their school was like, and how their classes worked."