Why Should I Attend Experience Linsly Day?
Exploring new options or creating change in life is never an easy task. One many of us approach with hesitation. So many times we continue to put these decisions or changes off until it is too late. Why you may ask. In regards to educational choices, we put these decisions off because of things we may have heard or fear that change would be too difficult or not knowing if our children will fit in. Working now in admissions since 2006 and having a child of my own switch from a school he dearly loved and from a school who loved and cared for him, I understand the fear and reservations.
At Linsly, our admissions team is working to make this process less frightening and burdensome for all parties involved. The first step in this process is attending an Experience Linsly Day. Experience Linsly Day provides you a no strings attached opportunity to visit Linsly to learn all that we have to offer, hear from students, faculty and parents and tour the school. The time commitment is minimal and we work to keep prospective families and students active on their visits.
Barriers that we try to break down start with everyone having to be smart to attend Linsly to everyone is rich that attends Linsly. We will discuss our curriculum and learning atmosphere which sets us apart from other local schools. Our class sizes average 12 students which allows our teachers to get to know your students each and every day. The highlight of this relationship is the report card writing where every teacher writes a paragraph about your child and how they are doing. Real time feedback which allows you to assist your child during the Linsly experience.
Our admission team will discuss financial aid and the scholarships available. We talk about affordability and accessibility for those families who want more in a school. We will elaborate on how you apply for financial aid to how the Hope Scholarship could help make a Linsly experience affordable for your family. You will learn the financial aid process is not a daunting task, but one in which we will help you every step of the way.
The best part about attending an Experience Linsly Day is interacting with our students and our faculty. You will begin your Linsly journey by interacting with current students and faculty throughout the day. Parents will have the opportunity to hear what our students do on a daily basis. You may hear about their favorite classes and a story or two about their favorite teacher. Parents will hear the passion and love for teaching from our faculty and how we care for each and every student. Our faculty know they are blessed to work in a setting where they have the opportunity to get to know each and every student they teach and spend quality time with them each day.
You will walk away from Experience Linsly Day with a better understanding of what we do and how we do it at Linsly. In addition, you will meet our Admissions Team and realize we are your VIP guides to navigate the process in finding a better fit for your child’s educational experience. You will see a change is possible and Linsly is available to assist you and prepare your child for a life where academic success is possible, where they are inspired to be leaders in their communities and where we help them develop their character to have the soft skills necessary to set themselves apart from their peers.
Take advantage of Experience Linsly Day! Online Registration is now open for Experience Linsly Day on Saturday, October 22, 2022!
You need to experience first hand what is out there educationally for your child. I know as a parent, watching my son wake up full of energy and eager to attend a school he loves fills my heart. Knowing my son is cared for and his teachers are holding him accountable provides comfort to me, as a parent, knowing he is being prepared daily for his future even in the 5th grade. As the late Joe Giovengo would constantly remind me and anyone interested in Linsly, “I used to think how could I afford Linsly for my children and after visiting and seeing what they had to offer. I changed my thought process to ‘How can I not afford to send my children to Linsly.’”