We are always pleased to welcome you to campus and offer several opportunities for you to visit with us. Please let our admission office know if there are any particular accommodations that would be helpful to you during your time with us.
Individual Parent Visits
We look forward to having an opportunity to meet with you individually, to learn about your child, to share more detailed information about Carolina Friends, and to answer any of your questions. Whether before you submit an application or as part of the admission process, we welcome the chance to meet you individually. Call 919.383.6603 x221 or email email@example.com to schedule a time to meet with our Admission Director Nancy Hayes.
Group Information Sessions
Bring your questions and wear your walking shoes as you join a group of other prospective parents to learn more about the school and tour the campus. Head of School Karen Cumberbatch and other staff look forward to greeting you and providing a brief overview of the school. You will have a chance to visit any units of interest to you and speak with Head Teachers, current students, and parents. Please note that the Campus Close-Up sessions are for parents only with the exception of prospective Upper School applicants who have the option of joining their parent(s). These tours are led by our Upper School Tour Guides who are happy to share their experience and perspective with you. To register for an information session, please use our online form.
Our fall Open Houses are family affairs. While not required, they are wonderful ways to gather additional insight into Carolina Friends. We invite you and your family to explore our campus: meet and talk with our teachers, current students and parents; visit our classrooms and outdoor spaces; and learn more about our curriculum and our programs. No RSVP is necessary, but we do ask you to please fill our our online interest form.
Main Campus (Early through Upper School): Sunday, November 5, 2017: 2:00-4:00 pm
Our students seek to understand and share their insights in our small classes. In fostering respect for each person and their contributions, we build confidence to share individual and original thoughts and openness to alternate points-of-view, while having the time to tease out truth together. Frances Brindle, Upper School Teacher