Laguna Blanca School invites local families to experience the academic life that draws its energy from the collaborative dynamic between faculty and students — hallmarks of a Laguna Blanca education for some 85 years.
Students and their families can check out Laguna Blanca’s grades 5-12 curriculum in action 9:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, Jan. 11, at its Hope Ranch campus, 4125 Paloma Drive.
Visitors can meet and ask questions of teachers, administrators, students and current parents; learn about Laguna Blanca’s co-curricular offerings and college counseling offerings, leadership opportunities, and athletics. There also will be a Q&A with a student panel.
Families interested in early kindergarten through grade 4 can visit Laguna’s Montecito campus, 260 San Ysidro Road, 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, to learn about the Lower School program while their child explores interactive workshops in art, music, technology, and LEGO engineering.
Drop-ins are welcome at both events, but registration is appreciated. Register at www.lagunablanca.org/open.
Families also can take a personal tour of the school with one of its admission officers and schedule a class visit day. Tours are scheduled throughout the week on both campuses. Contact the admission office 805-687-2461 to make an appointment.
Laguna Blanca School is committed to providing a quality education to outstanding students who for financial reasons would otherwise be unable to attend the school. Some $1.3 million in tuition assistance was awarded in 2019-20 school year.
Laguna Blanca is a not-for-profit early kindergarten-grade 12 co-educational, college preparatory day school. With its experiential learning; LEGO, STEM and arts programs, and competitive athletics with state-of-the-art athletic facilities, the school offers a variety of ways in which students succeed.
For more information, visit lagunablanca.org or call 805-687-2461.
— Tara Broucqsault for Laguna Blanca School.