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, February 7. Boys in grades 6-10 are invited to attend and explore the Academy’s junior and senior high college prep program.
Shadow Days are scheduled throughout the school year to give those interested an opportunity to see first-hand the 125-year old Benedictine academy. During a Shadow Day visiting students can experience dorm life, shadow classes, meet teachers and current students and tour the facilities. Activities for parents include information sessions with some of the administrators and faculty members and campus tours.
Prospective boarders and early arrivals may spend Thursday night before the Shadow Day in a dormitory. Parents’ accommodations are provided in the guest facility on campus. All activities, including overnight stays and meals, are free of charge.
Founded in 1887, Subiaco Academy is an educational apostolate of the Benedictine monks at Subiaco Abbey. The school is nestled between the foothills of the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains in the Arkansas River Valley. It offers a challenging college preparatory education in an environment that is academically well-rounded, structured, and nurturing in spiritual development and growth. Students have opportunities to develop and expand their talents in the arts, athletics and activities. A diverse population of 180-200 boys in grades 7-12 comes from 17 states and eight countries.
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. For more information, or to reserve a place for the Shadow Day, please call 800-364-7824 or 479-934-1034, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.