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Buffalo Seminary to Hold Open House on October 14
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Buffalo Seminary to Hold Open House on October 14

Buffalo Seminary offers a unique high-school experience for girls who want to be challenged to think beyond the NYS Regents Exam. An average class size of 11, an independent curriculum, a comprehensive advisory system and individualized college counseling ensure that each Sem student receives the individual attention she needs for personal and academic success.

Families are invited to learn more at an Open House on Sunday, October 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visitors may stop by anytime that's convenient for them during those hours.

Students from our Red Key Society will lead tours, and families will be able to meet Sem faculty, staff, trustees, current parents and alumnae. Information about 5 and 7-day boarding options at one of our renovated houses will be available. Interested families can also learn about scholarship and financial aid opportunities that are available for qualified students. Light refreshments will be served.

Sem is located at 205 Bidwell Parkway in the historic Elmwood Village neighborhood of Buffalo, N.Y. For more information, please contact Helen Marlette, Assistant Head of School, or Moira Giammaresi ’05, Director of Admissions, at 716.885.6780 or admissions@buffaloseminary.org.

Founded in 1851, Sem is Western New York’s only all-girls school in the area with a residential program. We offer an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory curriculum and are a member of The New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS), The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), The National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) and The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS). Sem is also a charter affiliate member of The Online School for Girls (OSG). To learn more, visit www.BuffaloSeminary.org or "like" us on Facebook.

 

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