Hundreds of Fort Wayne parents are looking at our open houses page every month. Like you, they are looking for something different and extraordinary for their kids. Come on by and see for yourself if Redeemer Classical is the right fit for your break-the-mold child. It could change your family for the better, like it did for Anna Macke’s family, and their precious son.

The spring 2020 open houses are now on our calendar, and listed below Anna’s video. Come see what you’re missing!

Spring 2020 Open House Dates

  • January 29 (Wednesday)
  • February 12 (Wednesday)
  • February 26 (Wednesday)
  • More to be added this spring

What’s an open house? An open house means you may join our classrooms at any point from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to see a typical school day. If you arrive after 9 a.m., when matins concludes, the front door (red double doors off the parking lot) will be locked. Ring the doorbell to be admitted.

You may enter and exit at any time during the hours listed, although please do so discreetly. The whole family is welcome, including babies, and children may participate in class. Our headmaster will be available at 10:30 a.m. recess, noon lunch, and 3:30 p.m. dismissal to answer questions, or you may schedule a follow-up phone call or meeting.

What if mom or dad works and can’t visit an open house? Our headmaster is happy to meet parents at a time and location of their choosing (home, school, coffee shop, library). Please contact him to arrange a conversation. We also host public events outside of normal work hours and over the lunch hour, such as recitation days, nature walks, and more, that work well as visiting opportunities.

The next steps after visiting Redeemer are completing an application form, then scheduling a family interview.

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