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Accepted at Boarding School

 We know how to celebrate at Cheshire Academy! We surprised our newest Town Scholar with a visit to his home!

Accepted at boarding school? Better yet, accepted at Cheshire Academy? Congratulations! Now that you’ve signed your contract, here are four fun ways to celebrate enrolling at Cheshire Academy. Share your acceptance

Use #AcceptedatCheshireAcademy to tell the world about your acceptance! Even better, take a photo of yourself and share it on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Some students are even sharing their acceptance letters! Make a video to post on YouTube or Instagram, and tell the world why you’re excited to attend Cheshire Academy. This is your chance to brag about a great accomplishment. Tag @CheshireAcademy or use #AcceptedatCheshireAcademy so we can congratulate you, too!

Attend Revisit Day

Come visit us one more time on campus. Attend classes, talk to students and teachers and coaches, and get another glimpse of life at the Academy. Plus, meet other students who have been #AcceptedatCheshireAcademy, and who might be your classmates next year!

Throw a Cheshire Academy-themed party!

Everyone loves to celebrate with a party! Have your friends all wear Cheshire Academy clothes. Don’t have any? Stop by the School Store on campus and find everything from hats, scarves, and sweatshirts to mugs, umbrellas, and even flip flops! Or, have everyone dress as Cats, the Cheshire Academy mascot. Take lots of pictures and share them on social media using #AcceptedatCheshireAcademy.

Check out and share these great videos made just for you!

We are excited to welcome you to the Cheshire Academy community, and have been busy making videos to share our school with you. Check them out on YouTube!

Be sure to tell us how you choose to celebrate!

We can't wait to officially welcome you to campus this fall!

Stacy Jagodowski

Written by Stacy Jagodowski

Ms. Jago joined the Cheshire Academy community in August 2013 as the director of strategic marketing and communications. Prior to coming to Cheshire Academy, she spent six years working in communications offices at both colleges and private school, as well as five years in admission at both boarding schools and day schools.

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