Lyon Preview Day is a great opportunity for all high school students to experience Lyon College. The day begins with registration and presentations by Admissions, Financial Aid, and Career Services. Then students will hear success stories from Lyon graduates.
Next, they will get to browse academic and extracurricular booths, speak with faculty and current Lyon students, tour the beautiful campus, and end the day with lunch.
Due to the potential spread of COVID-19, the April 18 Preview Day has been postponed.
Prospective Fellows will attend interviews on one of the two weekends, typically held in the early Spring semester. These are important opportunities for us to get to know you and for you to get to know Lyon. For this reason, we have scheduled time for you to visit with current Fellows, campus tours to familiarize you with our campus, and roundtable discussions to demonstrate the kind of learning community we pursue at Lyon.
We typically interview 100-125 prospective students for roughly 25 spots in the incoming class of Fellows. Students who qualify with a 28 ACT or better and with a high school GPA of 3.5 or better will be invited to register. Fellows weekends have limited capacity, so we encourage you to register early.
Accepted students are invited to join us for a special day to celebrate! You'll have the chance to meet other future Scots; chat with current students, faculty, and alumni; and get firsthand experience of life at Lyon.
Make your adjustments to college easier by joining us for Sneak Peek Day, where you'll meet your roommate, visit your dorm room, and get help connecting to campus WiFi!
Maximize your summer by attending Lyon's 2020 Outdoor and ACT Prep Camp. There will be lots of sun, fun, and hardcore preparation for that all-important ACT. his unique opportunity will give you offer specialized ACT instruction from Stephen Leake, President of College Prep Coach, Inc., and a taste of the Lyon Education and Adventure Program (LEAP). When you aren’t learning how to raise your ACT score, you'll be ziplining, bouldering, tackling the ropes course, or playing ultimate frisbee. Over the years, students, on average, raised their score by three points—some students even raised their scores by five, six, and seven points.
May 31 – June 3, 2020
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