Redeemer hosts open house
Over 150 prospective students and their families flocked to campus to learn more about Redeemer
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November 11, 2016

On Saturday, November 5th, Redeemer held an open house for prospective students, their families and for the wider Hamilton community.

Between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., over 150 guests were able to take part in activities from a tour of the campus or the academic building, a meeting with faculty from a range of disciplines, or a deeper exploration of the science labs or art studios. Others were able to opt for a more athletic approach, with two varsity home games taking place in the school’s gymnasium to view. Tours of the indoor soccer dome were also available.

“We went on the academic building tour and fell in love with the science wing,” said one parent. “My daughter loves how God is at the core of every subject.”

The open house is an annual event. Visiting campus, our admissions counsellors note, is the best way to find out if Redeemer is the right fit. Information about Campus Visit Days and other visit options, including personalized one-on-one visits, is available at

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