Admissions Events

Important 2018-2019 Admissions Dates

 

Come to campus! From Information Night and Open House to Future Warrior events and Warrior for a Day, there are always opportunities to experience life at Brother Rice.
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Information Night
Wednesday, September 19 | 6-8:00 p.m.
This evening is a chance for you and your parents to explore Brother Rice academics, athletics, campus ministry and other signature programs.  The evening will begin with a welcome address from President Tom Reidy followed by 20-minute information sessions regarding admissions and financial aid, college counseling, the student-athlete experience, teacher expectations and much more.
To register for the event on September 19, click here.  You are welcome to attend the entire evening or attend any individual sessions that are of particular interest to you or your parents.

Session 1 6:25-6:45PM

For session 1 please choose one presentation below to attend when registering:

Navigating the Admissions and Financial Aid Process
The Admissions Team will discuss the Admissions and Financial Aid process at Brother Rice including timelines and requirements for applying and enrolling.  Additionally, financial aid and scholarship information will be shared.
Educating the Student-Athlete at Brother Rice
Our Athletic Director will introduce you to the Brother Rice athletic philosophy and explain how athletics fit into a Brother Rice education and how our athletes balance school and sports.  He will also discuss the expectation we set for our players and coaches.
Parent Panel Discussion
As a parent, you want to know that you are sending your son to the best place for him.  Current Brother Rice parents will share their experiences with you about Brother Rice’s academic, spiritual, and student life.
Using IPads in the Classroom
Technology can be good or bad.  Learn how Brother Rice faculty integrate technology into their classrooms especially the IPads that are assigned to every student.  
High School Teacher Expectations
Sometimes the biggest transition students have from middle school to high school involve the expectations of their teachers.  Hear from veteran Brother Rice faculty about their student expectations and how they help students achieve success.

Session 2 6:50-7:10PM

For session 2 please choose one presentation below to attend when registering:

Navigating the Admissions and Financial Aid Process
The Admissions Team will discuss the Admissions and Financial Aid process at Brother Rice including timelines and requirements for applying and enrolling.  Additionally, financial aid and scholarship information will be shared.
Roundtable with Principal Okuniewski and Vice Principal Wagner
You will hear from our Principal and Vice Principal in a roundtable discussion.  Topics will include the school’s philosophy, academics and new initiatives.
Student Panel Discussion
You will hear from a panel of students who will discuss important aspects of student life.  After the students provide brief introductions and a snapshot of their Brother Rice experience so far, the students will take questions from the audience.
Using IPads in the Classroom
Technology can be good or bad.  Learn how Brother Rice faculty integrate technology into their classrooms especially the IPads that are assigned to every student.
Spirituality and Service
You will be presented with information on the Brother Rice service opportunities and spiritual development opportunities including retreats, prayer services and liturgies.
Band of Brothers
You will hear from Brother Rice Student Leaders as they discuss the schoolwide system that helps our students create leadership opportunities as well as growth in camaraderie across class lines.

Session 3 7:15-7:35PM

For session 3 please choose one presentation below to attend when registering:

Navigating the Admissions and Financial Aid Process
The Admissions Team will discuss the Admissions and Financial Aid process at Brother Rice including timelines and requirements for applying and enrolling.  Additionally, financial aid and scholarship information will be shared.
Find yourself, Find your Future:  College Counseling
The Guidance Team will present on the Brother Rice Guidance and College Counseling Program.  Topics will include Chapel Meetings, Warrior Workshops, and Naviance.
High School Teacher Expectations
Sometimes the biggest transition students have from middle school to high school involve the expectations of their teachers.  Hear from veteran Brother Rice faculty about their student expectations and how they help students achieve success.
Spirituality and Service
The Campus Ministry Office will present you with information on the Brother Rice service opportunities and spiritual development opportunities including retreats, prayer services and liturgies.
Parent Panel Discussion
As a parent, you want to know that you are sending your son to the best place for him.  Current Brother Rice parents will share their experiences with you about Brother Rice’s academic, spiritual, and student life.

Session 4 7:40-8PM

For session 4 please choose one presentation below to attend when registering:

Band of Brothers
You will hear from Brother Rice Student Leaders as they discuss the schoolwide system that helps our students create leadership opportunities as well as growth in camaraderie across class lines.
Being a Student-Athlete at Brother Rice
Our Athletic Director will introduce you to the Brother Rice athletic philosophy and explain how athletics fit into a Brother Rice education and how our athletes balance school and sports.  He will also discuss the expectation we set for our players and coaches.
Roundtable with Principal Okuniewski and Vice Principal Wagner
You will hear from our Principal and Vice Principal in a roundtable discussion.  Topics will include the school’s philosophy, academics and new initiatives.
Student Panel Discussion
You will hear from a panel of students who will discuss all aspects of student life.  After the students provide brief introductions and a snapshot of their Brother Rice experience so far, the students will take questions from the audience.
Find yourself, Find your Future:  College Counseling
The Guidance Team will present on the Brother Rice Guidance and College Counseling Program.  Topics will include Chapel Meetings, Warrior Workshops, and Naviance.

 

Catholic High School Nights

Brother will be attending the following regional High School Nights this fall. These information nights are open to the public, so students from any school may choose to attend whichever night is most convenient for their family:

 Location Date Time
 Utica – St. Lawrence Wednesday, September 26 6:00 – 7:30 PM
 Bloomfield Hills – St. Regis Tuesday, October 2 6:00 – 7:30 PM
 Rochester – Holy Family Wednesday, October 3 6:00 – 7:30 PM
 Walled Lake – St. William Thursday, October 4 5:30 – 7:00 PM
 Royal Oak – St. Mary Monday, October 8 6:00 – 7:30 PM
 Lake Orion – St. Joseph Tuesday, October 9 5:30 – 7:00 PM
 Farmington Hills – St. Fabian Monday, October 15 6:00 – 7:30 PM
 Livonia – St. Michael Wednesday, October 17 6:00 – 7:30 PM

*Catholic High School Nights are open to middle school students of all ages.

 

Future Warrior Football Night
Friday, October 5  | 5:30-8:30pm @ Hurley Field
Join us for an evening of excitement cheering on the Brother Rice Rice Football Team. This event is open to future Warriors of all ages!!! (Parents are asked to accompany their sons during this experience.) The event will start at 5:30 PM wit h food and fellowship. Varsity Head Coach Adam Korzeniewski and the football team will be around to mingle.  You’ll have the opportunity to meet Brother Rice Administrators and staff as well. Finally, to cap it all off you can watch the Brother Rice Band and Drumline perform. Admission to the game is FREE!!!

 

High School Placement Test (HSPT) Prep Course
Saturday, October 6 | 8:00–11:30 a.m.
We’ll help you develop a plan, learn strategies, and build skills for taking this important test! To register please click here.

 

High School Placement Test Dates and Registration
Saturday, November 17 | 8:00–11:30 a.m.
All Grade 9 applicants are required to take the High School Placement Test (HSPT). This is entrance exam for Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Detroit. Please have students arrive no later than 7:45 a.m. for check-in. Late arrivals will not be able to take the test.
You can register to take the HSPT by clicking here.

 

Open House
Thursday, November 8 | 6:00–8:00 p.m.

 

Junior Band of Brothers Night
Friday, November 30 | 6:00–8:00 p.m.
This fun, free, event open to any student in grades 4-8. This evening is a great introduction to the Band of Brothers for students who are not familiar with the Band system. During the Night, students will be randomly assigned to teams lead by a Band Captain.  They will compete in a variety of activities that will challenge them mentally, physically, and spiritually.  Some of the challenges will include:
Tug of War, free throws competition, Warrior Jeopardy, scavenger hunt and many others.