Virtual Visits and Interviews

The best way to experience Thacher is in person, so we can't wait to open our campus to visitors again. Until then, there are many ways to connect with us from afar, and we hope you take advantage of all the wonderful virtual events we have scheduled. We are excited to have you learn more about what makes Thacher a truly unique and special community.

Meanwhile, request and read our viewbook, explore our website, watch student videos—these are all great ways to get a preliminary feel for our School’s philosophy, culture, programs, and setting.

Join Us

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  • Virtual Information Session

    This 90-minute event will include a presentation on the School's philosophy, a Q&A session with admission officers, and a student panel. Events are hosted every Monday and Friday through December.
  • The Interview

    A one-on-one online meeting with an admission officer; families are encouraged to attend a Virtual Information Session before the interview. Interviews are held throughout the admission season.
  • Virtual Events

    Attend a virtual event to learn more about Thacher. 
  • Schedule Your Visit

    Contact us directly to schedule your virtual visit:


– Jenn

Places start to blur together on the boarding school tour circuit, but visiting Thacher is dramatically different. We learned about the latest research in teen development and how Thacher’s programs are purposefully designed to build a healthy, happy, and capable young person — all amidst a rigorous college-prep curriculum. And the spectacular campus setting and family atmosphere make for something truly special. You really can’t get what Thacher has anywhere else.” 

parent from Chicago, Illinois

Notice of nondiscriminatory policy as to students: The Thacher School admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other School-administered programs.