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There are two ways to experience Sonoma Academy, attend an Open House, or a Visit Day, or both. To register, please fill out the form below. To the right is a description of each event, along with available dates. Once you complete the form, we will follow-up with a phone call within 1-2 business days, confirming your registration.

Open House

There's nothing like being here, meeting teachers and students, to give you a feeling for the Sonoma Academy experience. 

You and your family are invited to spend an Open House evening with us. You will have an opportunity to experience mini-classes, interact with teachers and staff, as well as ask questions of current students. The evening begins with an Activities Fair, where you will learn about our clubs, extracurricular activities, athletics, leadership opportunities, travel programs, and more. This is followed by a short talk by Head of School Janet Durgin, giving you an overview of our program, and then you're off to class! 

To register for an Open House, complete the "Visit Us" form located to the left. Upcoming Open House dates are below. 

List of 1 events.

  • Dec
    4

    Open House

Visit Days

Students in 8-11th grade are invited to visit and attend actual classes. Visit days are held on most Wednesdays throughout the fall and winter, from 7:45 am to 1:30 pm. To register for a Visit Day, complete the "Visit Us" form located to the left. Upcoming Visit Day dates are below.

List of 3 events.

  • Nov
    14

    Visit Day (full)

  • Dec
    12

    Visit Day (full)

  • Feb
    13

    Visit Day

Questions

If you have any questions, call (707) 545-1770 and ask to speak with our admissions staff. You may also email us.
2500 Farmers Lane
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
707.545.1770
info@sonomaacademy.org

Sonoma Academy is...

The only independent, college preparatory high school in Sonoma County. On its beautiful 34-acre campus nestled at the base of picturesque Taylor Mountain in South Santa Rosa, Sonoma Academy students are able to explore their interests and passions in a challenging environment that prepares them for college and life beyond.