Visiting Agnes Irwin

The best way to learn about Agnes Irwin is to experience it for yourself! Visit our campus to see how our girl-centered, research-based education fosters the journey of self-discovery and empowers our girls to learn, to lead, and to live a legacy. Join us during one of our events throughout the year to learn more about our rigorous curriculum, and meet the students, faculty, parents, and administrators in our vibrant community.

Families can explore campus in one of four ways: pop in during our Touring Tuesday program, experience Lower School through our Little Owls program, schedule a private tour, or attend an open house.

Touring Tuesdays

Pop on over! We welcome prospective families to drop by Agnes Irwin on select Tuesday mornings at 8:30 a.m. for an informal visit to our school. You will have the opportunity to tour our campus with a current parent or student, meet the division directors, and visit our classrooms to see an Agnes Irwin education in action. No appointment necessary.

Tuesday, April 16

Tuesday, April 30

Tuesday, May 7

Little Owls in Action!

Little Owls in Action is designed to ignite curiosity and creativity in young girls ages 3-6! This fun-filled program also gives parents the opportunity to meet our Lower School faculty and experience our engaging curriculum alongside their daughter. Little Owls events are free to attend and registration is encouraged.  

Private Tours

As you are considering our events, we realize that these dates may not work with your family's schedule. To request a personalized private tour of our campus, we invite you to contact one of the Admission team members below, or email our entire team at We look forward to welcoming you to campus soon!

Megan McHugh

Associate Director of Lower School Admission & Outreach
PreK-Grade 4

Email Megan

Claire Lewis

Admission Office Manager
Grades 5-12

Email Claire

Open Houses

Our open houses are great opportunities to experience life at Agnes Irwin! Tour our campus with a student tour guide, meet our admissions team, and hear from students, parents, teachers, and administrators.