BELL BUCKLE, Tenn. - On Feb. 19, The Webb School will open its campus for prospective students and their families for the final Visitors’ Day of the school year. The daylong event begins at 9 a.m. with registration and breakfast and concludes at 3 p.m. The schedule includes a tour of the 150-acre campus led by a current Webb student. Visiting students will then attend lunch and class with a Webb student while parents attend informational panels regarding programming and financial aid opportunities. The day will conclude with a student Q&A panel for both visiting students and parents. Families are also invited to stay on campus for applicant interviews with an admissions officer. “Our Visitors' Day event is truly the best way for students and parents to learn about Webb's unique academic and co-curricular offerings,” said Julie Harris, director of admissions. “Local schools are closed on Feb. 19 for Presidents’ Day so students will be able to experience a typical day at Webb without having to miss a day of school," Harris added. Families who are interested in enrolling for the Fall 2018 school year are encouraged to attend this event and submit an application by the Feb. 20 priority deadline. The online application is available at www.thewebbschool.com/admissions/apply-now. “The Webb School recognizes that not all families may be able to afford a Webb education. The school offers more than $2 million in financial aid and scholarships and more than 50 percent of its current students receive an award,” said Harris. “Webb is committed to attracting mission-appropriate students and meeting the financial need of each family.” To learn more about the financial aid and scholarship opportunities, visit www.thewebbschool.com/admissions/affordability. To RSVP for the Feb. 19 Visitors' Day event or for more information on the application process or financial aid and scholarship opportunities, contact Webb's Admissions Office, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 931-389-6003. The Webb School is an independent college preparatory boarding/day school for grades 6-12. The oldest continuously operating private school of its kind in the South, the school is known for its dual emphasis on academic excellence and character development. For more information about The Webb School, visit www.thewebbschool.com.