Visit the Mount
Visiting the Mount is a great opportunity to learn more about the academic programs, athletics, clubs and activities, campus, and student life. Some events are designed for students only while others involve the whole family. Registration for fall 2021 events will be open in July/August.
We look forward to welcoming prospective students in grades 5-8 and families to our fall Open House on Sunday, October 3, 2021! Interact with our current students, tour our campus, attend an information session, and meet faculty, staff, and coaches. Registration for Open House will open in July/August.
8TH GRADE SHADOW DAY
Applicants are encouraged to spend a full day at the Mount shadowing a current student! Visiting students will have the opportunity to sit in on classes and experience block scheduling and meet students, faculty, and staff. Shadow visits for the Class of 2026 applicants will start in October 2021. Registration can be done through the Mount Admissions Portal.
Prospective families are invited to schedule a personal tour of the Mount. Visit our 78-acre campus and get a closer look at classrooms, student spaces, and our facilities. Tours are by reservation only. Call 215-233-9133 to reserve your tour.
MORNINGS AT THE MOUNT
Prospective parents with daughters in 5th through 8th grades are invited to attend a Morning at the Mount. Join us to get an inside glimpse of our school community. This experience will provide parents the opportunity to ask questions and hear from members of our administrative staff and current Mount parents. Dates will be added for fall 2021.
7th GRADE Half-day visits
7th grade students are invited to schedule a personalized half-day visit and shadow a current Mountie. 7th Graders will learn more about the Mount, get to know current students and faculty, and experience our community in action! Shadow days will begin in March.
Join us for a Virtual Visit session to learn more about the Mount’s mission, academics, student life, and extracurricular opportunities! The session will include a presentation about the Mount and information about the application process. You will also hear from students and faculty! Dates will be added for fall 2021.