The best way to learn about Sheridan and all we have to offer is by attending an event.

Whether you come for one or come for all, we hope you will join us.

The descriptions for each event are below. After reviewing them, use the registration link to reserve your spots.

If you have any questions, please contact Director of Admissions Margie Gottfried.


Virtual Open Houses (Grades K-8)
Our three Open Houses are larger group events with no limits on the number of attendees. Held in  November, December and January, each Open House includes our signature Middle School Student Panel, and an opportunity to chat with current parents in small groups. In addition, each Open House showcases a different aspect of Sheridan’s program: 

  • January 7th Open House: For those who have not had a chance to attend an event yet, an overview of Sheridan and all that we offer 

All Open Houses begin at 7:30 pm.



Virtual Information Sessions and Tours
Virtual Information Sessions and Tours are a great introduction to our our curriculum and our philosophy, and they include opportunities to ask specific questions about the school and our community. Some Information Sessions are are grade-specific, while others are for Grades K-8. These sessions and tours are small group events with a limited number of attendees. Members of the school’s senior leadership team typically are present at these events, including our Head of School Jessica Donovan, and we invite two or three current students and parents to join as well.

Grades K-4: December 15

all times 8pm



Lower School Webinar
Everything at Sheridan is done with intention, and Lower School Head Kelly Nelson will share how child development influences the curriculum and instruction at Sheridan for our youngest learners.
December 8th, 8pm

Middle School Webinar
Middle School Head Jay Briar and individual Middle School students will share why Sheridan’s Middle School program stands out and how it keeps students engaged and confident during what many of us remember as challenging years in our own development. High schools extol our graduates’ critical thinking skills, their ability to advocate for themselves and for others, and their  kindness, and this webinar will help you understand why.
December 14, 8pm

Mountain Campus Webinar
Two ropes courses, a zip line through the forest, a daring giant swing, interesting environmental studies, a focus on team building and nightly campfires—these are just a few of the things our students experience at our 130-acre Mountain Campus in the Shenandoah. Join Mountain Campus Director Sandy Liebson as she explores our program with you.
Date: November 16, 8pm

Financial Aid Webinar
Who should apply for financial aid? How does the process work? What documents do you need to submit? Is the financial aid process connected to the admissions process? Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Margie Gottfried will answer these questions and more to demystify the financial aid process.
Date: December 1, 8pm