Free Educational Forum at the Beacon School Set for April 3 at Beacon School

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On Sunday, April 3, the Beacon School is hosting the 2016 Fairfield County Educational Forum for families with intellectually curious students. The forum is presented by Scholar Search Associates and will be held on Beacon’s campus at 111 West North Street in Stamford from 9:15 am – 4:00 pm.

The event is open to anyone who is interested in learning about opportunities designed to support the unique needs of critical and creative thinkers. Admission is free.

The forum will include educationally relevant presentations and discussions for parents, interactive sessions and mini-courses for students in grades 4-12, and exhibits showcasing local and national resources. Some of the organizations that will be represented include Johns Hopkins CTY (Center for Talented Youth), CAG (Connecticut Association for the Gifted), Writopia, Zaniac, Greenwich Education Group, and many others.

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The Beacon School campus is located in the historic Hubbard Mansion, previously home to Mother of God’s Academy, an all-girls’ Catholic high school. Credit: Leslie Yager

Interested parties may go to to register.  This is a unique and informative opportunity.

Beacon School is an independent preparatory day and boarding school for intellectually curious students in grades 3-12. Guided by key tenets of gifted education, Beacon’s mission is to provide an inspirational environment where students are free to be themselves, take risks, explore passions, master disciplines, and “find their own light.”

See also:

Is Your Child’s School a Perfect Fit? Greenwich Education Group’s Beacon School Opens in Historic Mansion in Stamford

Former Parkway School Teacher Creates Constellation of Schools

Keeping up with Zaniac: Growing, Expanding and Bringing Girls along for the Ride

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