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The 2020-2021 Important Dates schedule is posted below.
Due to the fluid nature of the 20-21 school year, this page will continue to be updated throughout the school year. We ask that you check this page regularly for updates.
When booking flights, schedule travel at least two hours after the noted release time, three hours for international travel. Girls may not depart until after their last obligation (class, activity, sport or theater practice). Please check the calendar for the most up-to-date information.
|Tu||1||Opening Convocation (virtual)|
|W||2||Module 1 begins | First day of virtual classes|
|M||7||Labor Day, No Classes|
|F||25||Arriving: Boarding Students traveling to campus via public transportation
|S||26||Arriving: Boarding Students traveling to campus via public transportation
|F||2||New Day Students will register on campus
Returning Day Students will register online prior to Oct. 5
Arriving: New Boarding Students, & Boarding Students who are S.W.I.N.G. Sisters, traveling in private cars to campus.
Arriving: Remaining Boarding students*
|M||5||Module 2 begins|
|M||12||NO CLASSES, Indigenous People's Day|
|W||14||PSAT on campus for 10th & 11th graders|
*If boarding students traveling by private car prefer to arrive on September 25 or September 26 they may choose to do so.
|M||9||Module 3 begins|
Thanksgiving break begins after last obligation (class, activity, athletic or theatre practice)
|Sa||21||Dorms close, 12:00 p.m.|
|M||30||Classes resume, at a distance|
|Su||3||Boarders taking public transportation return to campus|
Classes resume remotely
Boarders arriving by private car return to campus
No classes, Martin Luther King, Jr Day
In-person learning begins
*Community Weekends are weekend in which all boarding students are required to stay on campus. There will be school events and outings planned for this weekend.