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Greenburgh's Maria Regina To Host Open House

Maria Regina High School will host an open house Oct. 20.
Maria Regina High School will host an open house Oct. 20. Photo Credit: Courtesy: Maria Regina High School

HARTSDALE, N.Y. -- Maria Regina High School will welcome all sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students and their families to its fall open house from 1 to 4 p.m., Oct. 20.

“Maria Regina offers an outstanding academic program and an impressive list of athletic teams and co-curricular activities to complement our students’ educational experience. This open house is a wonderful opportunity for prospective students and their families to see firsthand the value of a Maria Regina High School education;” said Robert Fazio, the school’s principal, in a prepared statement.

In addition to meeting the school's faculty, staff, and students, guests will have an opportunity to tour the school’s facility and learn about academic programs, admission requirements, tuition schedules, transportation, athletics and extracurricular activities.

“Thanks to the collaborative approach among the faculty, administration and parents, our school is uniquely characterized by its family spirit and personalized approach to education. Our alumnae have made and continue to make their mark in every imaginable profession and career. We are proud of their accomplishments and look forward to showcasing this wonderful tradition during our open house;” said Rosemarie Decker, the school’s director of admissions, in a prepared statement.

Maria Regina High School, 500 W. Hartsdale Ave., is a Catholic school dedicated to the education of young women, according to its mission statement. Committed to academic excellence and student achievement, its programs challenge students to develop their intellectual potential as well as their physical/social skills to enable them to become valuable members of the church, the community and the nation, according to the statement.

For additional information or directions, contact the school at 914-761-3300 or www.mariaregina.org .

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