What time should I arrive?

Open House officially begins at 6:30 p.m. but we recommend you begin arriving between 6:00 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. Concurrent opening sessions will be in the theater and gym starting at 6:30 p.m.

How do I take a tour?

Students will be available in our theater and gym for tours after the presentations. You are more than welcome to do a self-guided tour using the Open House map! Check back here the week of Open House or be watching your email for the map delivered to your inbox.

Where do I pick up my gift?

Gifts will be available for pickup in our cafeteria as well as the media center (located on the third floor of the building where the gym is.) Please note you must fill out the information card that you will receive in your folder before receiving your gift.

Will there be a map?

Once we get a little closer to Open House, we will share a map on social media, through email, and on our website. We encourage you to screenshot this and save it to your phone so you have quick access upon arrival. You will also receive a paper copy of the map in the folder handed out at the doors upon entry.

Where can I learn about your learning differences program?

Our learning differences team will be on the third floor of our main building in rooms 304 and 305. The Learning Differences Coordinators will have a brief presentation beginning at 7:15 p.m. that will run every 20 minutes in room 304. There will be student Q&A in room 305. For more information on our learning differences program, click here.

How can I meet coaches and learn about athletics?

Coaches, student athletes, and our athletic department will be in the gym after the 6:30 p.m. presentation. You will have the opportunity to meet our athletic department staff, fill out an interest form, and talk with coaches and players!

When is the Placement Test?

The Placement Test is on December 14 at 9:00 a.m. For more information, click here.

What ages should attend?

All are welcome! If you want to bring mom and dad, brother and sister, grandma and grandpa, you’re more than welcome to. Activities are typically tailored to 4th grade and above.

How do I know where to go?

You will find students outside the building directing you to an entrance that make it easiest to get to the initial presentations. We will direct guests to the theater first and then open the gym once the theater is full.

What will I see?

In a short period of time, you will see all the things that make Assumption…Assumption. You’ll see science experiments, a glimpse of our Air & Space Program, taste food from our culinary club, engage with students on their HP Tablets, view performances by our dance team and theatre troupe, and envision your daughter or yourself as a student! 

Where do I park?

The parking lot surrounding our building will be available as well as St. Raphael, Strathmoor preschool, and Highland Hall (previously the American Legion next to Circle K), or at the Gardner Lane Shopping Center. We will have traffic guards guiding you safely. We do ask that you do not park on the streets in the neighborhood as we have other parking available.

What if I can’t make it?

Though we understand it’s a busy time of year, we will miss you if you can’t make it! We encourage you to take a walk and talk tour with us. To sign up for a tour, click here. If you can’t make that, feel free to set up a personal tour.

Can my daughter still shadow?

Of course! Eighth graders can shadow now, while seventh graders can begin shadowing in January. You may schedule both visits by clicking here.