Prospective Parent Tea and Tours – Friday, April 7
Our next admissions event is a “Tea and Tours” for prospective families! Interested in Nashua Catholic but haven’t been able to get in to get a tour? This event is just for you! Come in on April 7 and enjoy a nice cup of tea with some of the Nashua Catholic administrators including Principal Glenda McFadden and Admissions Coordinator Mary Kirkwood. This low key, relaxed event is a great chance for new families to ask questions, and spend some time getting to know the building and the staff members here. Come in and experience what makes Nashua Catholic so great!
If you are interested in attending, please contact Mrs. Mary Kirkwood at (603) 882-7011 or email at email@example.com for more information.
New Student Placement Exam – Saturday, May 13
Incoming students who are registered and planning to attend Nashua Catholic in the 2017/18 academic year will be welcomed in Saturday, May 13 to take the placement exam. Results from this test day will help to accurately level students for math, english, and literature/reading classes in the fall.
Testing will begin at 8:30am at Nashua Catholic. Students will be ushered down to the cafeteria where they will complete the testing.
New Parent Orientation – May 13
While your children are taking the placement exam, we welcome parents to spend the day with us and learn all about the ins and outs of life here at Nashua Catholic. All aspects of the student handbook will be touched on including safety, cell phone policy, appropriate dress, and much more!
This presentation is very important for new parents as it will help to address some of the most frequently asked questions and concerns. Orientation will begin in the gymnasium at 9am.
High School Fair Night – October 2017
What a great night with over 15 schools represented. Thanks for all who participated in our 2016 event! Each year in October, many area high schools come to present their schools to our 8th grade students and parents. This is a great event for those who are looking to explore prep schools, and other high schools without having to travel to their campuses.