Visit SGS

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Student Visit Experience

During this morning visit, prospective students will get familiarized with our school, hear from a panel of current students, and complete a small group project facilitated by an SGS faculty or staff member. Parents/guardians are encouraged to stay as we have a concurrent adult focused event for them.

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All visits are on Wednesdays from 9:15-11:45 a.m.
Nov 30 | Dec 7, 14 | Jan 11,18, 25 | Feb 1, 8, 15 

Come See SGS in Action

We have a great opportunity for families to join us during the school day and truly get a sense of what SGS is like as a student. Come see us in action by joining our weekly Community Meeting (our version of an all-school assembly). Following this lively look into SGS student life, Asha Dean, Director of Enrollment, Miryam Harvey, Dean of Student Life, and Ariel Lantz, Student Support Specialist, will host a Q&A Session. The visit will conclude with a tour of the school led by our Parent Ambassadors.

Monday, December 12, 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Supporting Our Girls through the Middle School Years

Thursday, February 16, 2023 | 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Parents and Guardians are invited to join us at Seattle Girls’ School for an engaging evening from SGS founding faculty and Outreach Specialist Rosetta Lee as she talks about puberty, adolescence, identity exploration, relationship drama, gender bias, and self doubt. Becoming a middle school girl can be fraught with challenges at every corner. How do we keep our girls resilient through this turbulent time? Examine the crossroads of socio-emotional development, identity, gender differences and bias, and adolescence that your girls are entering, what research says about best practices toward connectedness, resilience, healthy relationships, and self esteem, and what SGS does to specifically apply the practices. This event is for adults only.

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Located in the Central District, Seattle Girls' School is an independent school for girls and gender nonconforming students in grades 5-8. Our mission is to inspire and develop courageous leaders who think independently, work collaboratively, learn joyfully, and champion change.