Tours & Events
Admissions Events for 2022-2023
There's More Here! Getting to know Brandeis Marin...
Tour and Open House dates are listed below and may be subject to change due to demand. All tours are for parents only and are scheduled to start promptly at 9am in the Library and will conclude at approximately 10:45am. Our Open Houses are for the whole family! If you have any questions about our admissions events, please contact Pamela Welner at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for an event, please click on the date you wish to visit. We look forward to seeing you!
Early Childhood Educators' Literacy Workshop
- Tuesday, Oct 25, 5:00-7:00pm
Preschool teachers and directors are invited to join us for a catered dinner and a deep-dive into literacy with teaching professor, Chalyn Henriques-Newman
Lower School Open Houses
K-5: Experience the World of Science, Technology, and Math!
Families rotate through fun bite-size lessons featuring STEM curriculum followed by a "playdate" with current families.
Offered on two dates:
The Magic of Kindergarten: Bring the whole family to enjoy our hands-on kindergarten classroom. Meet the team whose talents combine to create a remarkable learning environment and learn about our philosophy and vision for the future.
Lunch Time Zoom Conversations
Dates coming soon! While tours and open houses are a wonderful way to learn about our campus and curriculum, sometimes parents have additional questions about specific areas of interest, or they want to connect with current parents to learn more about our culture and community. We invite you to join us for any one (or all!) of our Zoom conversations where you can speak directly with parents and members of our Leadership Team about such topics as the value of a Brandeis Marin education, what it's like to join the school in 5th or 6th grade, and more.
Families choose Brandeis Marin for a variety of reasons. Among them are our reputation for exceptional academics, rich values-based curriculum, superb teachers, individual attention, caring and safe community, leadership development, outstanding record for high school acceptance, and a lifelong commitment to community.