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Our Mission

Guided by Quaker principles since its founding in 1885, Friends School Haverford provides an intellectually rich program to a diverse school community. We promote academic scholarship, creativity, respect, integrity, and self-awareness with a commitment to creating a culture of stewardship and kindness. Friends School Haverford graduates are uniquely prepared to go forth with boldness of intellect and character.
 

News & Information

Snow Day - January 19, 2024

Due to anticipated inclement weather and dangerous road conditions, Friends School Haverford will be closed on Friday, January 19th, 2024.
Halloween

Happy Halloween!

Friends School Haverford students (and their teachers!) had a grand time celebrating Halloween. Fun was had by all.
Structures

Young Engineers!

At Friends School Haverford, our students learn basic engineering principles, such as how to build structures.
Second grade in a STEAMA

What's STEAMA?

At FSH, we use an integrated approach to teach Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math, and Agriculture.
Tree

We're back!

The beloved climbing tree welcomed our students back to school. Have a great year everyone!
Spring Fair

Our Spring Fair Delivered!

A good time was had by all at our Spring Fair. Many thanks to everyone who came out, despite the raindrops, and to our wonderful volunteers who made it all possible!
Robins

Nature is All Around Us

We are thrilled to welcome these baby robins to our campus. Thanks to Ken Sands, our facilities manager, for this photo.
Fair Flyer

2023 Spring Fair!

Get your tickets now for our Spring Fair. Guaranteed fun for all!
Partner Time

Community and Belonging

A strong sense of community and belonging is at the center of a Friends School Haverford education.

Upcoming Events

Mar 6

MFW

Time: 9:15 AM – 9:30 AM
Mar 13

MFW

Time: 9:15 AM – 9:30 AM
Mar 20

MFW

Time: 9:15 AM – 9:30 AM

At a glance

  • 8:1 Student to teacher ratio
  • 18 Faculty
  • 57% Faculty have advanced degrees
  • 136 Years in Quaker Education
  • 34% Students of color
  • 16 Zip codes
  • 99% Students accepted into first middle school choice