Is Cedar Hill Prep right for your child? Attend the next Open House to find out!
Please note that all Cedar Hill Prep offices will be closed Friday, April 19 through Friday, April 26, 2019.
For additional assistance while we are closed please email email@example.com. Our Open House will resume on Wednesday, May 1, at 10 am.
We cordially invite all parents of Preschool – Grade 8 students to sign up and attend our next Open Houses:
Early Childhood and Elementary School (Preschool – Grade 4)
Every Wednesday from 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Middle School Students (Grades 5 – 8)
Every Thursday from 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Attend our brief presentation, meet the Founder, Principal, the Admissions Director, and some of our teachers before taking a guided tour of the campus. This is a unique opportunity to hear more about our philosophy and approach to student development, our students’ accomplishments and the warm diverse community of CHP.
Our presentation for all of our guests will focus on such topics as:
- Why you should choose Cedar Hill Prep School for your child.
- What our school does to bring out the best in your child.
- Testimonials from parents and students on how we encourage and support all of our students to excel and embrace academic achievement, challenges and opportunities.
Please register as soon as possible as seating is limited.
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