Admissions

Panther for a Day

Being a Panther starts with one day, but it lasts for a lifetime.
The best way to get to know our community is to spend a day with us!
 
  • Walk our halls with a current student
  • Attend classes
  • Meet our faculty
  • Visit the chapel
  • Have lunch with your future classmates
  • Catch some Panther spirit!
 
Contact Mr. Glenn Farello at 703-352-0925 x340 or gfarello@paulvi.net to schedule a day. Please provide Mr. Farello the first and last name of the student, current school and grade, and the name of parent(s) and their contact information. You may also request a specific student to host or provide your child's interests so we can match him/her with one of our outstanding Student Ambassadors. If possible, please make arrangements at least a week in advance.

The Panther for a Day Program will conclude for the 2018-19 academic year on May 9, 2019.

The following dates are not available:
  • March 11th, 18th, and 19th
  • April 18th through the 30th
We look forward to hearing from you!

On the Day of Your Visit:

  • Dress in church-appropriate clothing (no jeans, leggings, or sneakers) or your school uniform, if coming from another diocesan school.
  • Arrive between 7:30-7:40 a.m. (Parents, you may park in the visitor spaces in the front parking lot, accessible from Route 50.)
  • Please sign in at the Main Office.
  • A PVI Student Ambassador will escort the Panther for a Day to our Admissions and Student Life Office, where they will meet their host. If you know a current Panther, you can request them to host, or we are happy to choose from one of our many Student Ambassadors.
  • Pick up is at the Main Office at 2:50.
  • We will treat your son/daughter to lunch in our cafeteria.
Paul VI Catholic High School is a private college preparatory school for girls and boys in grades 9-12 in Fairfax, Virginia, seeking to help our students Grow in Grace and Wisdom. Our Washington area prep school is part of the Diocese of Arlington and offers rigorous academics, an inclusive community focused on spiritual and leadership formation, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division I high school athletics in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.