Flint Hill’s unique educational approach immerses students in an environment that is supportive, innovative, and fosters curiosity and a passion for learning.
Please join us for an upcoming event or tour to learn more. Our admission team is looking forward to walking you through the building, sharing more about our program and answering your questions about what it's like to be a Husky.
TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR
REGISTER FOR AN EVENT
Middle School Info Session
Thursday, December 1, 6:30 p.m.
At this event, you'll tour the new Peterson Middle School. You’ll see the classrooms where teachers uncover students' passions and inspire confidence while teaching self-regulation, discipline and the ability to work independently. You will also hear from Head of School Patrick McHonett, Middle School Director Brian Lamont, current parents, and your child’s future Middle School teachers.
Understanding Lower School Math
Saturday, December 3, 9:30 a.m.
For most parents, the way students learn math doesn’t look the same as when they were in school. We invite you to learn how we engage students in deep thinking and complex problem-solving in our Lower School Math program. Parents will attend an interactive overview of the Lower School math progression while their students participate in grade-level specific math games.
Curiosity Event (Virtual)
Tuesday, December 13, 8:00 p.m.
At Flint Hill, we fuel students’ curiosity, teach them to think like entrepreneurs, and inspire them to blaze their own trails. We believe that learning led by curiosity inspires students to develop passion and purpose. At this event, we’d love to know what you are curious about! Submit your questions in advance or ask during the event. Our faculty and staff will be on hand to satisfy your curiosity. While this event is designed for prospective families, current families are welcome to join if they are also interested in learning more on this topic.
Fine Arts and Innovation Event: Grades 7-12 (Virtual)
Thursday, January 5, 2023, 6:00 p.m.
Flint Hill takes Fine Arts and Innovation seriously; our students are required to take courses in these subjects. In those classes, students learn important life skills: collaboration, compromise, creativity, empathy and more. During this virtual event, you will hear from our Fine Arts and Innovation faculty members. They’ll discuss what makes their programs unique, and why Flint Hill places such an emphasis on arts and innovation. Please bring your questions!
Middle School Info Session (Virtual)
Thursday, January 12, 6:30 p.m.
Our Middle School students are encouraged to respect, challenge and support each other while going through many physical and developmental changes. At this virtual event, you will hear from School leaders, parents and students about what makes Flint Hill's Middle School program stand out. We’ll discuss the next steps in the admission process.
Lower School Info Session
Friday, January 13, 9:00 a.m.
Learn about our Lower School academic program from School leaders. Current parents will be on hand to answer your questions. We'll share more about the next steps in the admission process.
Upper School Info Session (Virtual)
Wednesday, January 18, 11:30 a.m.
Our culture of support and inclusion allows students to feel welcome and connected from day one — whether they’re a lifer or transferring from another school. During this virtual event, you’ll learn how we create this culture from Head of School Patrick McHonett, Upper School leaders, current parents and current students. We’ll discuss the next steps in the admission process.
Ask A Parent (Virtual)
Tuesday, February 7, 9:00 a.m.
At this virtual event, current parents will tell you what they wish they would’ve known when they first joined the Husky community.
SCHEDULE A CAMPUS TOUR
Please note that tours are offered at our in-person events. Events also offer opportunities to meet leadership, teachers, staff, parents and students. We recommend you register for an in-person event first, then decide if you would like to book an individual tour, virtual meeting with an officer, phone call or admission interview.
Book a Group Tour: Grades 9-12
We welcome group tours on Fridays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. If you are interested in joining colleagues, neighbors or friends to learn more about our Upper School, please email us with the subject line “Group Tour” and the date of interest. Tours should be scheduled at least three days in advance. There is a maximum of eight people per group.
CONNECT WITH US
There are many ways to connect with us and “see” Flint Hill: schedule a phone consultation or virtual meeting; register for an upcoming event or watch a previous event; or follow us on social media — all of our channels are linked at the bottom of this page.
VIRTUAL EVENT ARCHIVE
Affordability in Private Education Webinar
At this session, Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid Jennifer Webb shares common ways to afford private school.
Lower School Virtual Information Session
Preview Flint Hill's Lower School and learn how your child's fullest potential can be unleashed with the right educational partner.
Middle School Virtual Information Session
Preview Flint Hill's Middle School in this virtual information session with Director of the Middle School Brian Lamont and current Middle School parents and students. Information regarding the admission process and the new Peterson Middle School are presented as well.
Middle and Upper School Fine Arts and Innovation Event
Learn about our Fine Arts and Innovation programs from 7-12 Innovation Chair Vicki Knickerbocker and Director of Fine Arts James Venhaus as well as a variety of teachers, students and parents.
Upper School Virtual Information Session
Learn why Flint Hill alum report being better prepared for college than their peers.
Navigating Private School Admission Webinar
Just beginning your private school search? Get tips and tricks for your private school search and admission journey. You'll find out the difference between private and public institutions, what private institutions look for in a candidate, and what makes Flint Hill stand out from the pack.
Taking Meaningful Risks Coffee Chat
A big part of Flint Hill’s vision for students is to encourage them to take “meaningful risks.” But what does that actually mean? How does our culture create a space that empowers students to take those meaningful risks? Faculty members across divisions elaborate on what taking meaningful risks means at Flint Hill, including how they encourage students to create their own definitions of success and explore ideas creatively and critically.
Virtual Curiosity Event
Learn how curiosity drives Flint Hill's culture and approach to education. Parents pose questions to our teachers and members of the leadership team.
Journey to Fostering an Inclusive Community
Flint Hill's work on diversity, equity and inclusion doesn't have an endpoint.