You Are Invited
For those of you who are eager to begin your National Presbyterian School experience, you are welcome to join us for the following community events this spring and summer. Please contact the Admissions Office if you are interested in attending any of these activities.
Grade-level Coffee and Conversations
We hope that you will join all incoming parents (current and new) in your child’s grade to hear from your division director and the classroom teachers about next year’s program.
Time: 8:15 - 9:00 am
April 17 | Rising Pre-Kindergarten
April 23 | Rising Kindergarten
April 29 | Rising 4th Grade
April 30 | Rising 1st Grade
May 6 | Rising 3rd Grade
May 14 | Rising Nursery
May 20 | Rising 2nd Grade
Parents Association Meeting
Friday, May 3 from 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Please feel free to join us at the last Parents Association meeting of the 2018-2019 school year. Meet other active NPS parents and get a taste of the valuable work they do for the community.
Spring Musical – Alice in Wonderland, Jr.
Thursday, May 9 at 10:30 a.m., Stone Hall, National Presbyterian Church (NPC)
New students and their parents are our guests at this matinee performance by students in Grades 5-6. Admissions will meet you in the NPS lobby and we will walk to Stone Hall together.
Wednesday, June 5 at 10:00 a.m., Sanctuary, National Presbyterian Church
As you begin your journey at NPS, we invite you to watch the journey's end. All new families are invited to attend the Graduation Ceremony or join us live online at www.nationalpres.org/live.
Summer Horizons Camp
June 17 - August 16
Summer Horizons Camp is a great way for your children to have fun, make new friends, and transition to NPS. Week-long sessions are offered in addition to specialty camps including Camp Invention (Grades 1-6), half-day soccer clinic (Ages 3-6), half-day sports sampler (Ages 4-5), and half-day Ballet Petite Camp (Ages 3-6). Contact Caitlin Webster or visit the Summer Horizons web page for more information.
Welcome Events for New Students
The Admissions Office and current parents in your grade will contact you in April with opportunities to meet other students and their families in the spring and early summer.
New Family Orientation
Friday, August 30 in the morning
While students spend an hour with their teacher and other new students in the classroom, parents will attend an information session to ensure that you are ready for the start of school. Details will be sent over the summer.