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SHADOWING EXPERIENCE: Beginning September 9, eighth graders are invited to spend a full school day at MND to shadow a freshman or sophomore hostess. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore firsthand the academic experience at MND! Register HERE.

INFORMATION NIGHTS: Wednesday, Sept. 11 and Wednesday, Oct.9, 6:30 PM. Attending Information Night is a great way to learn about MND Academic, Student and Spiritual Life. Register to attend HERE.

OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, Nov. 3, 1-4 p.m. Take a guided tour of the school, meet teachers, program directors and coaches, and learn about the many student life opportunities. This is a great chance for all grade school students, especially those in grades 6 and 7, to learn about MND as they begin their journey toward choosing a high school. No Registration Required.

GRADE SCHOOL NIGHTS: Open to all girls in grades 5-8 who would like to visit MND and watch our athletic teams in action or see our theatre group or dance team perform. There is no admission charge for girls in grades 5-8 to attend these nights. Learn more HERE.

TUITION ASSISTANCE & SCHOLARSHIPS MEETING: Parents can join us on Tuesday, October 29 at 6:30 p.m. to learn about MND's scholarship opportunities and how to complete the financial aid application.

SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS, AND TUITION GRANTS: MND offers academic scholarships, merit-based awards and alumnae legacy awards. MND also provides tuition assistance through grants and named scholarships. Parents can visit www.online.factsmgt.com to complete a FACTS application. Applications are due Nov. 18, 2019.

CLASS OF 2024 REGISTRATION: On January 15, 2020, MND will mail an enrollment packet to each admitted student's home containing information, HSPT results, registration forms and notifications of any awards. Registration will take place on January 29, 2020 from 3:30pm-7:30pm in the MND Foyer.

COURSE SELECTION NIGHT: March 3, 2020. Students enrolled in MND’s Class of 2024 will be mailed course selection information in mid-February. At that time, a personalized schedule will be provided for the family’s review. Placement recommendations are based on the placement test scores, grade school records and the observations/comments of eighth grade teachers. Families will have the opportunity to meet with guidance counselors and faculty members to discuss the recommended schedule and placement.