Tuesday, November 16
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Explore our classes and campus
SSC’s open house is designed to show parents and prospective students what makes Saint Stanislaus one of the nation’s premier junior and senior high schools. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of our dynamic and supportive community during the event. Prospective students will tour the school, learn about the application process, and get a feel for the Rock-A-Chaw spirit.
Administrators, faculty, staff, and students will be on-hand to provide information about Saint Stanislaus’s college preparatory curriculum, which includes 12 honors and 10 AP classes, a highly competitive athletic program, and over 20+ clubs and activities. Students will lead guided tours through our historic campus.
A visit to campus is the best way for you to learn about Saint Stanislaus.
We look forward to welcoming you to campus and answering your questions about living and learning here. While you’re here, explore any or all of the following options.
Customize Your Tour!
You can customize your tour by selecting the programs and topics that are of particular interest to you. You can outline your desired tour itinerary on our registration form to receive a customized tour.
Seeing is Believing!
Information Session & Campus Tours
We will begin with an overview of the school by Brother Barry Landry, President of Saint Stanislaus followed by meetings with various academic departments and student-led tours of the campus.
Academic Department Discussions
Representatives from all academic departments including Religion, Math, Science, English, Foreign Languages, History, and Computer Science will be on hand to discuss the individual programs.
During this information session, members of our admissions and business offices will be on hand to answer questions about applying, tuition assistance, and important dates.
Additional Programs of Interest
Guests will also have the opportunity to learn more about athletics and club activities at Saint Stanislaus.
Sports represented in the delegation include baseball, basketball, cross country, eSports, football, golf, lacrosse, sailing, swimming, tennis, and track and field.
The representatives of the clubs will be on hand to discuss the activities of clubs such as art and ceramics, board games, campus ministry, chess, key club, Mu Alpha Theta, music & band, radio control club, robotics, and more.
Families interested in the boarding program will have the opportunity to meet with dorm staff and students, tour the dorms and dining hall, and learn about weekend activities.
The evening will be exciting for all and we hope to see you on Tuesday, November 16!