Beyond getting acquainted with our parklike campus, inviting classrooms and modern athletic facilities, a visit to our campus is the best way to get a feel for the energy and community that is Gilmour.
Here, we recognize that our students are more than just scholars; they’re also artists and athletes, engineers and poets, daughters and sons and friends. And because we’re the only day and residential prep school in the state that’s also independent, coed and Catholic, you can’t get the Gilmour experience anywhere else in Ohio.
During your visit, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and interact with our faculty, staff and current students, ask questions and even get a taste of our gourmet food service program for an authentic view of what Gilmour is really like from your perspective.
One-on-one tours for both parents and students are available during the school week, plus immersive classroom visits for students of all ages who want more.
You’ll find additional details on how to plan your visit below. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a tour, we’re just a call or email away. We can’t wait to learn more about you and discover all the ways in which your passions and talents can flourish at Gilmour.
Schedule a tour: Contact Associate Director of Admission Nadia Dreger at (440) 473-8165 or email@example.com. Individual tours are offered throughout the school week.
Schedule a classroom visit: Schedule a learning assessment and brief classroom visit (40 minutes to 1 hour). Parents may either attend the classroom visit with their child or allow them to experience a brief immersion independently.
Schedule a tour: Contact the Admission Office Administrative Assistant, Jeanne Tippen, at (440) 473-8050 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Individual tours are offered throughout the school week. You may also attend an open house event or request a tour after dropping off your student for his or her shadow visit.
Schedule a shadow visit: Schedule a full-day shadow visit for your student to experience a day in the life of a Lancer.
Visiting student will accompany a current Gilmour student to their classes and activities throughout the day.
Dress attire for visiting students is the student’s current school uniform if they wear one, or khaki pants and a white top for girls and khaki pants with a white shirt and tie for boys.
Lunch will be provided by the school.
Drop-off is 7:45 a.m. at Tudor House; enter off the Cedar Road entrance and park in the circular drive. Pick-up is 3 p.m. at the same location.