La Lumiere open houses are designed to meet the needs of every individual visitor. That's why we give prospective students and their parents separate open house experiences – the questions, curiosities, and concerns of students are bound to be far different than those of their parents or guardians, and vice versa.
While prospective students play Head's Cup games (a school tradition) and get a feel for what student life, academics, and activities are like, prospective parents will have a chance to speak directly to faculty members, current parents, and directors of student services to understand what the benefits of a La Lumiere education truly are.
Prospective students will interact directly with their peers and student leaders in the La Lumiere community, and even have an opportunity to experience classroom learning at La Lu.
To cap off the day, you'll be able to check out the La Lumiere Bookstore and Student Center, where prospective families can mingle with faculty and current parents for a chance to have one-on-one conversations and find answers to any personal questions you may have.