PIKE, N.H. (PRWEB)
December 21, 2017
After months of hard work, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of Oliverian’s new and improved website: http://www.OliverianSchool.com. The new site provides an engaging, all-in-one resource for current students, parents, faculty, and potential new students to get to know Oliverian.
The Oliverian School is an alternative college-preparatory boarding high school that offers counseling, academic, and social skills support. Our new site makes it easy for prospective students to discover what it’s like to live and learn at Oliverian, check out our course offerings, and read what Oliverian alumni have to say about their experience. Parents can learn about our educational philosophy, highly-individualized curriculum, college preparatory support, and counseling program.
Current students and parents can click on “Oli Today” for access to our school calendar, daily schedule, blog, dispatches from faculty and staff, and other resources they need to stay up-to-date on all things Oli.
Prospective students and parents who wish to learn more about the application process can connect with our head of admissions to arrange an informational phone call or campus visit.
We hope you’ll take a moment to explore our new site. For any questions, feedback, or comments, please contact Julie Gaffey at jgaffey(at)oliverianschool(dot)org.
Oliverian School is a small, non-profit, alternative boarding school for capable adolescents who have struggled with traditional formulas for success. Our individualized learning, counseling, and social skills support allows students to successfully prepare for college and life. We help our students find and successfully occupy their own unique place in the world.
More than 90% of our graduates matriculate to college, with many referring to Oliverian as “transformative,” “a second family,” “home away from home,” and “lifesaving.”
We are located in a serene valley in the beautiful white mountains of New Hampshire, with access to outdoor adventure sports and the cultural and collegiate resources of Dartmouth College and Plymouth State University.
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