Subiaco Academy, a Catholic, college preparatory boarding school for young men located in western Arkansas, is hosting three spring Shadow Days for prospective students and their parents interested in the Academy’s junior and senior high program.
The events, being held on Fridays, February 9, March 9, and April 13, are open to boys in grades 6-10.
Shadow Days give visiting students an opportunity to learn more about Subiaco Academy by spending the Thursday night before in one of the college like residence halls and shadowing current students in class. Other activities include guided campus tours, meetings with members of the administration, and the placement exam will be offered. Overnight accommodations are also available for parents at no cost.
Established in 1887 by the Benedictine priests and brothers of Subiaco Abbey, the 130-year old school offers a challenging college prep curriculum for boys in grades seven through 12. The school strives to provide a well-rounded program that includes the visual and performing arts, athletics, and activities such as Quiz Bowl, National Honor Society, jazz band and drama productions. Athletic teams compete with other schools statewide in football, basketball, track and field, baseball, tennis, soccer, and cross country.
For more information, or to register for a Shadow Day, contact the admissions office at 800-364-7824 or 479-934-1034, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A campus visit can also be arranged by appointment. More about Subiaco can be viewed at www.SubiacoAcademy.us.