Learn more about Seattle Girls’ School through a series of open houses, school fairs, and events hosted by the school and the wider independent school community.
Independent School Fairs
Join us at a virtual Puget Sound Independent School Fair.
Virtual Coffee Chats
Join us for a series of informal chats with Asha Dean, Director of Enrollment Management; a current SGS parent; and a member of the SGS leadership team. Check out the various themes and select a morning that works for you! Please RSVP through Ravenna; in the event you do not have an account email Asha Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 13 – Get to Know Us | October 20 – Academic Philosophy | October 27 – Get to Know Us | November 10 – SGS Mission/Student Support
Alumni Q&A Nights
Hear from recent SGS alumni about their experiences at SGS and how it has helped them prepare for high school and beyond. Please RSVP through Ravenna; in the event you do not have an account email Asha Dean at email@example.com.
Thursday, November 19 | Thursday December 10
7-8 p.m. for both nights
Supporting Our Girls through the Middle School Years
Wednesday February 24, 2021 | 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Parents and Guardians are invited to join us at Seattle Girls’ School for an engaging evening from SGS founding faculty and Outreach Specialist Rosetta Lee as she talks about puberty, adolescence, identity exploration, relationship drama, gender bias, and self doubt. Becoming a middle school girl can be fraught with challenges at every corner. How do we keep our girls resilient through this turbulent time? Examine the crossroads of socio-emotional development, identity, gender differences and bias, and adolescence that your girls are entering, what research says about best practices toward connectedness, resilience, healthy relationships, and self esteem, and what SGS does to specifically apply the practices. This event is for adults only.
Virtual Open Houses
Saturday, October 17, 2020 and Saturday, November 14, 2020
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
A Seattle Girls’ School Open House is an opportunity for prospective parents/guardians and students to meet faculty, staff, students, and current parents/guardians. Our faculty prepares small activities and lessons for students to get an idea of what life as an SGS student is like, while families have the opportunity to really get to know our community.