• October 6 | 9- 10:15 a.m.
  • October 13 | 9- 10:15 a.m.
  • October 20 | 9- 10:15 a.m.

To register for an upcoming Virtual Q&A, you will need to fill out an inquiry form to create an online account. This account gives you access to an Admission Portal where you may sign up for all admissions activities.

Beyond the Q&A

Inside Distance Learning

Visit our distance learning page to explore our program at various grade levels. Peek inside morning meetings, drama plays, writing, math, and more! Our program includes a sound balance of technology integration including, digital forms of communication such as voice apps, interactive video meetings/classes, discussion and share boards, and pre-recorded video lessons.  We also hold weekly virtual assemblies, art groups, workshops, and storytime to cultivate our school’s commitment to community.

Inside Distance Learning

Curriculum and Coffee

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m.

Our Director of Curriculum & Instruction, along with members of our faculty, share the Seven Arrows advantage. Prospective parents learn about our educational philosophy, curriculum strands, and explore our commitment to a global education. A gallery of student investigations and learning tools will also be provided for hands-on exploration. Don’t forget to ask all of your burning questions.

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Wine & Cheese

TBD in 2021 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Mix and mingle with members of our Seven Arrows community. Chat with current students and parents, alumni families, board members, and members of our administrative team. This is your opportunity to hear directly from our families and friends what makes Seven Arrows special.

Applicants in the current admissions season will be invited to attend after the application deadline.

Learning in Action

At Seven Arrows, our curriculum is designed to immerse students into educational themes through hands on, experiential discovery and learning. The themes are integrated into our academics, arts, science, and technology programs to provide a unique continuity and learning experience. Further, we believe that a supportive community is an essential component of a thriving educational environment. As part of the admissions experience, prospective families are invited to witness our students’ learning first hand and experience our connected school culture.

El Día de los Muertos Student Presentations and Street Fiesta

2020 Date tbd

Grades K – 2 Presentations from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m.
Street Fiesta from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m.

El Diá de los Muertos is a vibrant holiday that celebrates and honors the dead and our ancestors. At Seven Arrows, El Diá de los Muertos is an annual, school-wide, all-day festival that originates in the classroom with art projects, writing, and poetry. In an integrative effort with the music and dance departments, the Spanish program teaches traditional songs and dances.  On the morning of the festival, our kindergarten, first, and second grade students present their work in an all-school assembly. In the evening, after our third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade presentations, mirroring the way villages in Latin America conduct their festivities, we close the street in front of the school and bring food, music, and dance into the street and invite the community at large. Prospective families may attend either the morning presentations, the street fiesta, or both.

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Dates TBD, 2021
Grades K – 3 Presentations from 8:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Grades 4 – 6 Presentations from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Masquerade is the culminating performance of our Global Cultural History curriculum at each grade level, synthesizing hours of research and evaluation, of choosing a historical figure to emulate, of studying not only the character but also the fashion and art of the day. By preparing for and participating in the Masquerade, students can truly show what they know in a very public way. Prospective families can attend either the morning or evening presentation.

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Select Friday mornings at 8:15 a.m.

To experience a Kuyam is to experience the Seven Arrows ethos. Derived from the ancient Chumash word meaning “a place to rest or come together,” the weekly Kuyam is an all-school assembly where students, parents, faculty and staff members, and guests come together as a community to celebrate the creativity and strengths of our students. The Sparrows, our parent band, perform and students present curriculum-based activities.

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October 2, 2020
Sibling Applications, Recommendations, and Transcripts Due

December 4, 2020
Admissions Application Due

January 15, 2021
Recommendations and Transcripts Due

February tbd, 2021
Tuition Assistance Application and 2018 Tax Forms Due

March tbd, 2021
Admissions and Tuition Assistance Decisions Released

March tbd, 2021 
Family Decisions and Deposits Due

May 1, 2021
First Tuition Payment Due

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