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Thank you for considering Bishop Noll Institute for your or your child's high school education. Whether you are interested in setting up a Shadow Day, Personal Tour or a Meeting with our Admissions Team, we gladly welcome all prospective students to visit our campus! 

Shadow Days: Prospective students or "shadows" are assigned to a current BNI student and go through a "normal" day of school and activities. This can give your student an opportunity to meet the teachers, coaches and students of BNI. This opportunity can also help get a better understanding of what classes are offered and how they operate. By the end of the day, you will have a better understanding of BNI's community and it's historic family-like culture. 

Shadow days begin promptly at 7:45AM when future BNI Warriors and their families meet and greet with the Admissions Team in the Main Office. Based on your interests you will be paired with a BNI student with similar interests and class schedule. 

We ask all parents to be present at drop-off. Shadow students should dress neatly and appropriately during their school day at BNI (no jeans, sweatpants, crocs, slides, or inappropriate t-shirts/apparel.) If available, a student's school uniform is preferred.

BNI Tours: Interested families are welcome to come to BNI for a personal tour with our Admissions Department. This tour can be scheduled during the school day or an agreed upon time between Admissions and the Family. Come check out the great physical spaces, learning environments and staff BNI has to offer! 

BNI Admissions Meeting: Have questions about BNI? Interested families can schedule a time to meet with our Admissions Department to get a face to face chat about BNI.

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Bishop Noll Institute, a diverse, Catholic college preparatory school, partners with local faith communities to empower young adults to live their faith in Christ through ministry, scholarship, and leadership.