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2017-18 calendar of important dates

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August 16, 2017                    Second-year wilderness leaders arrive

August 19                               Rest of second-years arrive

August 23                               First-years arrive, parent tours/reception, parents depart by 7pm

August 24 – September 3    Orientation

September 5                          Matriculation and Welcome Dinner

September 6                          First day of classes

September 11                        Ex-Eds begin

September 17                        Sundae Sunday to meet Get-Aways

September 21                        UWC Day

October 7 – 14                       First-years on Southwest Studies trips/Second-year college week

November 9 – 14                   Trimester exams

November 18 - 19                 First-year CEC Retreat

November 20                         Second trimester begins

November 23 - 26                 Thanksgiving break

December 8                           Ex-Eds end

December 10                         Winter Concert

December 14                         Last day of classes

December 15 – January 5    Winter break

January 5 – 6, 2018               Travel days

January 7                                Day of rest, no transportation

January 8                                Classes resume

January 15                              MLK Day

January 16                              Ex-Eds begin

February 2-3                          Annual Conference

February 9 - 16                     Trimester exams

February 19                           Third trimester begins

March 17-24                          Project Week (all students off campus)

March 30                                Good Friday, no classes

April 7-8                                  CEC Retreat

April 20                                   Ex-Eds for second-years end, second-year classes end

April 27 – tentative*             IB exams begin

May 4                                      Ex-Eds for first-years end, first-year classes end

May 7 – 10                              First-year exams

May 12 – 18                            First-year planning , dorm clean-up

May 19 – tentative*              Commencement, students depart

May 21 – June 2                     First-year leadership expedition

*Dates will be confirmed when the IB publishes the calendar of exams.

 

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