Officials of Rabun Gap, A Leading US Boarding School, To Visit Abuja
Representatives from Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School, a premier American boarding school in the US State of Georgia, will be touring Africa to share the unique educational opportunity available at the school.
According to a statement by Megan Morris, Director of Marketing and Communication for Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School, two ranking officials of the institution, led by Mr. Roger Cox, the Associate Director of Admissions, were expected to arrive Lagos today and proceed mid-week to Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city. But the Abuja Inquirer gathered over the weekend they had to postpone the trip in the last minute because their Nigerian Visas had not been issued.
Founded in 1903, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School is one of the top-ranking college-preparatory boarding schools in the United States. Rabun Gap is a global community of learners with students from more than 45 different countries. The School's excellent academic program pushes students to be prepared for college and life -- 100% of Rabun Gap graduates are accepted to the best colleges and universities in the U.S. and around the world.
Opportunites for out of the classroom learning abound on Rabun Gap's expansive mountain campus. Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School is home to a thriving athletics and arts program and is one of the only schools in the U.S. to offer cirque (aerial arts).
Spiritual life is also a major component of the Rabun Gap experience. The weekly Chapel program at Rabun Gap the School's Presbyterian heritage.
Associate Director of Admission, Mr. Roger Cox and Chaplain Andy Chambers are expected to be available to answer questions and meet with interested families during the two information sessions in Lagos and Abuja. New dates for the visits will be announced very soon