Long Trail School
holds open house
DORSET — Long Trail School will open its doors to share its talents with the community Feb. 26 from 5 to 8 p.m.,
At this free event, visitors will see how students are learning and hear what faculty members have to say about the ways they work with students. There will be information about the International Baccalaureate program as well.
In addition to displays about the arts and academics, there will be appetizers and beverages in the Whalen Common Room.
Phase two of the evening involves musical, dramatic and dance performances in the theater.
The event is intended to showcase the school for the families of the students, families who are considering application and community members who appreciate Long Trail.
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