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Whether your child is nearing school age or if they are already enrolled, parents cross fingers hoping their child’s educational experience will be a positive one. If you are in the midst of pondering your child’s schooling experience, take time to visit the Private School Expo on November 19th at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre. Finding the best school for your child and family is incredibly important; the school your child attends has a profound impact on his or her success.
The Private School Expo brings together education experts and school consultants. Three information packed seminars help you answer the most important questions you have about school options, how to choose the best one and how to ensure you get accepted. Plus, meet with local top-ranked schools and international boarding schools.
Whether you know 100% that private school is right for your family, or if you are merely considering private schooling as one of many options, you don’t want to miss the Private School Expo.
RSVP now to receive a 50% voucher to the Private School Expo, please visit: www.ourkids.net/expo
Date & Time:
When: November 19, 2017
Time: noon – 4pm
Where: Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
Address: 1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver
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