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Educaton: Cannon School to hold open house

CONCORD ó Cannon School will open its doors at 7 p.m. Jan. 15 for families seeking to explore educational opportunities for students in junior kindergarten through Grade 12.
“Our open houses are a great way to see first-hand what makes Cannon School such an ideal learning environment,” said Director of Admission Bill Diskin. “Meeting our teachers, touring our campus, and learning about our approach to academics, the arts, and athletics ó it becomes obvious that this is a place that cares deeply about children.”
The event will take place in Taylor Hall on Cannon School’s campus and will include tours of school facilities and amenities.
Families will also hear from Head of School Matt Gossage and division directors regarding academic, arts, and athletics offerings, including a new Middle and Upper School football program.
For parents unable to make the Jan. 15 event, Cannon now offers campus tours from 9 a.m. to noon on “Walk-in Wednesdays” ó no appointment necessary. Interested parents can also contact the Admission Office at 704-721-7199 to arrange a tour around their availability.
For more details about the admission process, visit www.cannonschool.org/admission.
Cannon School is an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory institution serving approximately 900 students in junior kindergarten through grade 12. It is the fourth-largest independent school in the greater Charlotte area and attracts students from Concord, Davidson, Cornelius, Huntersville, Mooresville, Charlotte, Kannapolis and Salisbury.

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