Inly School, a private, innovative school for toddler through grade 8 students, is holding their first open house of the year in November. Prospective families are invited to visit the campus and meet teachers, staff, parents and students during the upcoming open house dates. On Thursday evening, November 16th from 7:00 to 8:30 PM and Friday morning, November 17th from 9:00 to 10:30 AM, visitors will hear a brief presentation in the library on the unique aspects of an Inly education and be given guided tours of the entire school.
The tour of the Inly campus will highlight its newly opened da Vinci Studio, an innovation lab, digital studio, robotics, and maker space. Visitors will be able to interact with the studio and experience 3D printing and green screen video making in action. The da Vinci Studio is a unique space intended to spark imagination, fuel curiosity, and encourage creative thinking, and Inly students utilize the space in their daily academic life and for after-school clubs and classes.
“The da Vinci Studio is a fantastic addition to the Inly campus where students can imagine, innovate and implement without fear of failure or any need for perfection,” explains Donna Milani Luther. “It is wonderful to see the lightbulbs go off as students explore their passions in the space.”
Inly is a private, independent school with innovative programs for toddlers, preschool and K–8 students. The school’s rigorous Montessori-based curriculum aligns with state standards yet goes much further—inspiring students to become creative, self-motivated, lifelong learners. Unique aspects include multi-age classrooms; an academic approach that is hands-on, experiential and developmentally responsive; and a supportive, inclusive environment.