Fall Open House at Rutgers Prep

Rutgers Prep is inviting prospective students and their families to attend the school's in-person Fall open house events scheduled for Sept. 25 at 10 am. Attendees will meet teachers, students, and tour the Rutgers Prep campus and its new facilities.

The event will offer students and families an opportunity to see how Rutgers Prep is continuing to deliver on its promise of a top-rated education in person in a nurturing and safe environment.

Families can register for the event at www.rutgersprep.org. For those who are unable to attend any of these events, you can schedule an appointment for a personal visit. 

TAP here to learn more. 

If you have questions or want to schedule an appointment, please contact the Admission Team at 732-545-5600 ext. 261.

 

Sat, September 25
10:00 am — 11:00 am
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Rutgers Prep is inviting prospective students and their families to attend the school's in-person Fall open house events scheduled for Sept. 25 at 10 am. Attendees will meet teachers, students, and tour the Rutgers Prep campus and its new facilities.

The event will offer students and families an opportunity to see how Rutgers Prep is continuing to deliver on its promise of a top-rated ...

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