Have you ever wanted to know more about educational options for your kids but don’t quite know where to start? Or wanted to attend a school fair but were too afraid that your kids would be bored to tears? Then you’re going to love this…
The Archdiocese of Baltimore has partnered with Dave and Busters to host two Catholic Schools Fairs for families interested in learning more about their Catholic School options for preschool, elementary, middle and high school.
Best part? Children attending the fairs will receive a free $10 Dave and Busters game play card and will be given unlimited video game play for the day.
“Our partnership with Dave & Buster’s is one of the many ways we are seeking to connect with families across the region, “ said Lauren Robinson, Director of Marketing. “Our schools provide a tremendous value to the communities they serve and these events are an ideal opportunity for families to have fun, while learning more about the experience of a Catholic education.”
They’re offering two different opportunities to learn more about Baltimore-area Catholic Schools:
Dave and Busters Arundel Mills
Saturday, April 6 | 1 PM – 3 PM
Participating Schools include: Monsignor Slade, Our Lady of Victory, Cardinal Shehan, St. Mark, St. Agnes, Resurrection- St. Paul, St. Augustine, St. Jane Frances, St. Phillip Neri, School of the Incarnation, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St. Louis School, Catholic High, Calvert Hall, Mt. St. Joseph’s, Cristo Rey Jesuit, Institute of Notre Dame, Archbishop Curley, St. Frances Academy, Archbishop Spalding, Mount de Sales, Mercy, and St. Mary’s.
Dave and Busters White Marsh
Saturday, April 7 | 1 PM – 3 PM
Participating Schools include: Immaculate Conception, St. Michael-St. Clement, St. Ursula’s, St. John the Evangelist (Long Green Valley), St. Joseph’s (Cockeysville), Loyola Blakefield, John Carroll, Institute of Notre Dame, Mt. St. Joseph’s, Catholic High, Calvert Hall, Maryvale, Mount de Sales, St. Frances Academy, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Catholic High, Mercy, Archbishop Curley High School, and Cristo Rey Jesuit.
Editor’s Note: This article is sponsored by The Archdiocese of Baltimore.