Visiting Agnes Irwin
Our community of educators has gathered together to create a vibrant, dynamic, and engaging new learning environment for each of our terrific girls; embracing the same pioneering spirit displayed by our founder, Miss Agnes Irwin over 150 years ago. We have reimagined the programming we offer to prospective families to offer you the best way to connect with us. We would love to meet you and your daughter. Reach out to our Admission Department at email@example.com to schedule a time to visit with us!
Take a virtual tour of our campus.
Interact with AIS Virtually
- Grades PreK-4: In Lower School, individual tours are led by a member of our Lower School Admission team. Please call Deb Goggins at 610-801-1203 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your tour. Please note that individual tours must be scheduled at least two days in advance.
- Grades 5-12: Individual tours are led by an Upper School student tour guide. From time to time, a member of our Middle/Upper School Admission team may need to lead the tour. If you are interested in scheduling your tour, please call Claire Lewis at 610-801-1202 or email email@example.com. All families that have signed up for a tour will be required to complete a COVID screening form, as well as abide by our COVID guidelines while on campus.
Virtual Private Tours
Can't make one of these dates? No problem! If these specific dates and times are not convenient for you, we are glad to arrange a virtual introduction to AIS around your schedule. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will be in touch!
From PreK to Grade 12, our curriculum empowers girls to explore their passions and discover new ones through rigorous academics built on girl-centered pedagogies.
By the time our students graduate, they're prepared to succeed in whatever paths they choose.
We encourage our girls to create, explore, and innovate. That's why we created an Innovation Team and multiple spaces dedicated to thinking outside the box.
Our 14 varsity sports produce strong athletes that go on to compete at NCAA Division I, II, and III levels.