Learn more about Sewickley Academy through a free webinar series that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home or office. If you are not able to participate on the day and time the webinar is scheduled for below, please register anyway and we will send you a recording of the webinar via email.
Each webinar is approximately 30 minutes long and will include time for questions.
"Affording a Sewickley Academy Education" Thursday, January 9, 12:30-1:00PM
Learn about the ways that you can afford a Sewickley Academy education for your child. Director of Admission and Financial Aid Brendan Schneider will share details about the school's financial aid program, payment options, our Middle Class Initiative, and answers to many frequently asked questions. REGISTER.
"Our Graduates Are Going Places!" Thursday, January 16, 12:30-1:00PM
Did you know that 92% of the Sewickley Academy Class of 2013 was admitted to a top-choice college or university, and that these graduates were offered more than $4.1 million in merit scholarships? Learn even more about Sewickley Academy’s college guidance program from our Director of College Guidance Trevor Rusert. He will explain the individualized attention provided to students and families as they navigate the college selection process. REGISTER.
"Raising Kids in the Digital Age" Thursday, January 23, 12:30-1:00PM
As a parent, have you ever asked yourself: How much technology is too much for my child? Is my child being cyber-bullied or is he/she cyber-bullying? What is my responsibility as a parent in regard to my child’s use of texting and social media? Presented by School Counselor Lynn Sanborne and Head of Lower School Mark Hansen, this webinar will help parents help their children use social media and digital communication in healthy, safe, and age-appropriate ways. REGISTER.
If you have any questions about the webinars, contact Director of Admission and Financial Aid Brendan Schneider.
One School. One Campus.
On our single campus (PK-12), we learn from one another every day. Our older students are role models to the younger ones, and our younger students know they have a friend to show them the ropes.