GREENWICH, Conn. — Students and their parents can talk to representatives from more than 70 private, boarding and parochial schools at a fair in Greenwich on Thursday.
The fair, held at Greenwich Catholic School, is free and open to the public. It begins at 6:30 p.m. with a panel discussion, “How to Choose the Secondary School That’s Right for You,” and a question-and-answer session.
Schools participating include: Avon, Beacon, Berkshire, Blair Academy, Brooks, Canterbury, Cheshire Academy, Christian Heritage, Coastal Studies for Girls, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Cushing Academy, Dana Hall, Darrow, Dublin, E F Academy, Emma Willard, Ethel Walker, Fairfield Prep, Fordham Prep, George, Governor’s Academy, Greens Farms Academy, Greenwich Academy, Gunnery, Hackley, Harvey, Holy Child, Hotchkiss, Iona Prep, Kent, Kimball Union Academy, King, Laurelton Hall, Loomis, Marianapolis, Marvelwood, Masters, Middlesex, Millbrook, Milton Academy, Miss Hall’s, Miss Porters, Name, New Hampton, Northfield Mt. Hermon, Oakwood Friends, Peddie, Pomfret, Portsmouth Abbey, Purnell, Ridley, Rye Country Day, Salisbury, Sandy Spring Friends, South Kent, St. George’s, St. Luke’s School of the Holy Child, St Mark’s, Stanwich, Suffield Academy, Tabor Academy, Taft, Trinity Catholic, Trinity Pawling, Ursuline, Vermont Academy, Westminster, Westover, Wilbraham & Monson Academy, Williston and Winchendon School.