CBA was pleased to welcome more than 1,000 people from around Central New York to its Annual Open House on Sunday, Oct. 26. The event was an opportunity to learn more about a Lasallian education at CBA and tour the hallways that embody this year’s theme “Experience CBA…A Whole New World.”
Student tour guides proudly shared the beautiful campus and offered their personal perspectives on the CBA experience.
“Our Open House theme this year was “Experience CBA…a Whole New World” and I am thrilled that so many visitors came to discover our uniqueness this past Sunday,” said Holly Dowd, Director of Admissions. “I am equally excited about the number of our current students who volunteered to proudly show off their school at Open House. That to me speaks volumes about our CBA community. A CBA education is truly a transforming experience, as our families can attest to.”
The Brothers spirit was definitely contagious as families learned more about the challenging academic curriculum, fine arts offerings, fun extracurricular activities and outstanding athletic programs. The Open House gave visitors a taste of what a typical day at CBA is.
Some of the highlights of this year’s Open House included a presentation by the cast of the senior high drama performances of ““A Tale Told By An Idiot-Scenes of Love And Death In Two Acts” by William Shakespeare, science experiments, world languages activities, a hands-on art exhibit and the chance to meet students, faculty and staff.
Entrance exams for incoming 7th and 9th graders for the fall of 2015 are Saturday, Nov. 8 and Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 both at 8:00 a.m. No pre-registration is required, and walk-ins are welcome. There is a $20 fee. For information, call CBA’s Admissions Office at 315-446-5960 x1231.
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