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St. Paul HS to Host In-Person And Virtual Open Houses

St. Paul Catholic High School has announced its’ in-person open house tour dates for this Fall. If you or someone you know has a prospective student looking to attend St. Paul in the 2020 or 2021 school years this is the open house you’ll want to visit.

All tours are by appointment and each family will follow a socially distanced, guided walk around the campus building. St. Paul is taking all safety precautions for the in-person tours. Come with your mask on.

Also, St. Paul Catholic High School has scheduled two Placement Exam dates for prospective grade 9 and grade 10 students. The Placement Exam is a standardized test that incoming students take which evaluates their performance levels in math, language and reading. This exam will be held at the school on Saturday, November 7 and Saturday, December 12 both beginning at 8:00am. To register visit spchs.com/placementexam.

Visit spchs.com/openhouse to register for an appointment time on Saturday, October 24 starting at 10:00am or on Saturday, November 21 starting at 10:00am with the last appointment being 1:00pm.

Please contact the Admissions Office at 860-584-0911 or admissions@spchs.com with any additional questions.

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