Subiaco Academy, a Catholic, college preparatory boarding and day school for young men located in western Arkansas, is hosting a Shadow Day for prospective students and their parents on Friday, April 8. Interested boys in grades 6-10 are invited to spend a day exploring the Academy’s junior and senior high programs.
The event includes shadowing classes, tours of the campus, the placement exam, and recreational activities for visiting students. Parents will have opportunities to meet with members of the administration and staff, mingle with current students, and for guided and strolling campus tours.
Prospective boarders and early arrivals are offered the Thursday night before the Shadow Day in a residence hall for more of the Subiaco experience. Parents’ accommodations are provided in the guest facility on campus. All activities, including overnight stays and meals, are free of charge.
The Academy, founded in 1887, is an educational apostolate of the Benedictine monks at Subiaco Abbey. The school offers a challenging college prep program for boys in grades 7 through 12. Subiaco strives to provide a supportive environment that is academically well rounded and structured, with emphasis on spiritual growth. Both guidance and facilities are available at the Academy to help students to develop and expand their talents in the arts, athletics and activities.
Subiaco Academy is located approximately 45 miles east of Fort Smith on Arkansas Highway 22 at 405 North Subiaco Avenue in the town of Subiaco.
April 8 is the last of the scheduled Shadow Days held during the current school year. To register for the day, or to arrange an alternate date, please call 800-364-7824 or 479-934-1034, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For an online visit, go to www.SubiacoAcademy.us.