Visit the Elms

At the Elms, our doors are open to you. Stop in during one of our all-school Open Houses, where you will have the chance to meet faculty, staff, and students and tour our park-like 33-acre campus. While here, you will see classrooms, explore the history and philosophy of our school, and learn what an Elms education is all about!

2020 open house dates

  • January 26

  • March 29

2019 Open house Dates

  • September 22

  • October 20

  • November 10

Join us for an Open House! We open our doors on scheduled Sundays from 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Registration for an open house is not mandatory but helpful as we plan the event.   If you’d prefer to set up a private tour, please contact Admissions director Melanie Drouin.


panther for a day

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Spend the day as an Elms girl!  When you shadow an Elms student, you attend classes and meet potential classmates.  Your Shadow Day affords you an inside look at everything the Elms has to offer. Get the low-down from students and faculty members. You can arrange to shadow for a whole day or half a day.

To offer a quality shadow experience, we limit the number of guests per day. Please sign up at least one week in advance. After you sign up, we’ll contact you with next steps to schedule panther for a day.

Panther Placement Exams - Entering Grade 9

Our placement exam is offered for students entering grade 9 and the test results are used to help place students into the appropriate level of classes (college-prep and/or honors).  An incoming 9th graders applying at The Elms must complete our placement test.  To register for a placement test, contact Admissions Director Melanie Drouin. Please note there is a $20 test fee.

panther scholar days - Entering Grade 9

Prospective panthers now have the option to be a Panther for a Day and to take a scholarship placement exams during one visit. This opportunity is offered on Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. through November.

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Gearing Up for Kindergarten

If your child's Pre-School years are coming to an end, your thoughts are probably turning toward Kindergarten. With that come many mixed emotions, for both you and your child. Kindergarten can set the stage for a child’s entire school career, which is both exciting and daunting. To help prepare your child for the next stage in life, it’s important to know what faculty will look for in Kindergarten readiness. For students entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2020, students must be 5 years old by September 30, 2020.

Join us Tuesday, October 22, at 6:00 p.m for our parents only information session about Gearing Up for Kindergarten to learn more.