Mount Saint Mary Academy Open House

Mount Saint Mary Academy announces its Open House to be held on Sunday, October 17, 2021. The Mount is an all-girls, college-prep high school and is a sponsored work of the Sisters of Mercy.  Located at Terrill Road and Route 22 in Watchung, the school occupies 84 acres and is a majestic site for this event.  The Open House fair style showcase will be held on the Angels of Victory Field.  All academic areas will be represented as well as the numerous clubs and extra-curricular activities, and athletic teams.  Meet members of the administration, staff, faculty, coaches, parents, and students who are excited to roll out the welcome mat to share their Mount spirit with the visitors.  The event will be held from 2:00-4:30 pm and tours will be offered from 1:00-3:30 pm.  Directress Sister Lisa Gambacorto, RSM, Ed.S. will give her always-inspiring presentation at 2:45 pm on the field.  Attending the Open House will provide all with a thorough glimpse into all the wonderful opportunities the Mount provides.

To register for Open House, visit www.mountsaintmary.org/admissions/open-house. For more information, contact the Office of Enrollment Management at (908) 757-0108, ext. 4506 or enrollment@mountsaintmary.org.

Contact Information
  1. Office of Enrollment Management
  2. (908) 757-0108, ext. 4506
  3. enrollment@mountsaintmary.org
Sun, October 17
2:00 pm — 4:30 pm
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Mount Saint Mary Academy announces its Open House to be held on Sunday, October 17, 2021. The Mount is an all-girls, college-prep high school and is a sponsored work of the Sisters of Mercy. Located at Terrill Road and Route 22 in Watchung, the school occupies 84 acres and is a majestic site for this event. The Open House fair style showcase will be held on the Angels of Victory Field. All ...

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