Get Started and Visit Us
Presidio Hill School invites you to learn more about our program, our philosophy of education, and our vibrant community with a visit to the school.
We offer several tours and open houses in the fall and winter, and we encourage prospective families to attend an event or two to get a firsthand look at what makes Presidio Hill so special.
Our group events have concluded for the year, however please send us an inquiry and we will contact you directly to set up a visit.
Experience classrooms in action
School tours are given during the school day and are an opportunity to see our classrooms in action. Tours last approximately one hour and fifteen minutes and are for adults only. Reservations are required. Please click here to send an inquiry and reserve a tour.
Our group tours have finished for the season, however contact the admission office for a chance to visit and observe during the school day.
Explore philosophy & curriculum, meet parents & students
Open houses are offered outside of regular school hours. They are designed to provide a more in-depth look at progressive education, our program, and community. During the two-hour event you will hear from our Head of School, visit teachers in their classrooms, meet current parents, and hear from our middle school students. You should plan to attend for the full two hours. Children in grade 3 and older are encouraged to join their parents/guardians at an open house. Younger children will likely get restless. Reservations are required.
Our Open Houses have finished for the season, however contact the admission office for a chance to visit and observe during the school day.
Other Admission Events
Information Night for Diverse Families
This event is for prospective families interested in learning more about the culture of diversity at Presidio Hill. Designed specifically for multicultural families, families of color, and LGBTQ families, the evening provides visitors an opportunity to meet current Presidio Hill parents, students, faculty and staff, as well as ask questions about diversity at the school.