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WING, N.J. - Villa Victoria Academy, a private, Catholic college preparatory school for girls in preKindergarten through 12th grade will host an information session for students and parents interested in applying for the 2013-14 school year on Thursday, Feb. 7 from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet faculty, parents and students, tour the facilities and explore the academic, athletic, spiritual, and extracurricular programs that Villa Victoria offers. Admissions staff will be DYDIODEOH WR GIVFuVV finDnFIDO DIG and scholarship opportunities.
Auditions will also be held for the Sister Elizabeth Parente Scholarship for Outstanding Young Musicians, awarded to one incoming freshman, on Thursday, Feb. 7. Interested applicants should contact admissions at 609-882-1700, ext. 19, to schedule an audition appointment. Both vocal and instrumen- tal auditions will be considered. The scholarship honors Sister Elizabeth Parente, a former principal and choral director who helped shape Villa Victoria’s music program.
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Information about the Villa Victoria Academy admissions process can be found on the school’s website at www.villavic-