Pasadena’s Mayfield Junior School Invites the Public, 7th and 8th-Grade Families to Virtual High School Options Week, Oct. 5-9 2020

Mayfield Junior School invites 7th and 8th-grade students and families to attend the popular High School Options Week from Monday to Friday, October 5-9. The virtual, week-long event taking place in the late afternoon and early evening is free and open to the public.

• Virtual High School Options Week hosted by Mayfield Junior School
– Event Website & Schedule:
– Participating Schools: 40-plus secondary schools in Southern California, and day and boarding schools from Colorado, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut
– Dates: Monday to Friday, October 5-9, 2020
– Format: 15-minute Zoom webinars; Free and open to the public

Mayfield Registrar Sara Torres coordinated the week. “This event will be informative and exciting for MJS students and families from across our community,” said Torres. “We understand the significance of selecting the right high school and invite students and families to help make a well-informed decision about their future.”

More than 40 schools from Southern California and around the country will be presenting 15-minute Zoom webinars. Schools range from all-boys, all-girls, coeducational independent, coeducational faith-based, day schools, and boarding schools.

About Mayfield Junior School

Founded in 1931 by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, Mayfield Junior School is a leading Catholic Independent school serving kindergarten to eighth-grade students. Mayfield is distinguished by the Holy Child educational philosophy of developing the whole child as an intellectual, spiritual, creative, and athletic person. Located adjacent to historic Old Pasadena, Mayfield’s kindergarten, elementary, and middle school educational program best prepares students for high school and beyond. Learn more at, or on Instagram and Facebook.

Mayfield Junior School, 405 South Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 796-2774 or visit






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