A team of Friends’ Central School students has been selected by the Pulsar Search Collaboratory to present at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) Meeting in Hawai’i this January.
Congratulations to the Varsity girls' cross country team for winning their 5th consecutive Friends Schools League title and for winning the PA State Independent School Championships! Friends' Central made history in the league and state championships; at the FSL Champs, FCS senior Lydia Russell winning the girls' race and FCS junior Diego Spielman-Rodriguez winning the boys' race, becoming the first-ever Friends' Central duo to win the league cross country title in the same year, and this was the first State Championship for the cross country team!
Friends' Central School is pleased to announce that 11 seniors have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Six Friends' Central students were named National Merit Semifinalists, and five students were named National Merit Commended Students.
Congrats to Friends' Central soccer player Ryan Lynch '21, who is Main Line Girls' Athlete of the Week for the week of Oct. 4! Lynch, who was a 1st team All-Friends Schools League selection as a center mid last fall, was moved to center back this season, leading the Phoenix defense in several key early-season victories.
In an effort to enhance her teaching of astronomy, last year, Friends’ Central Physics Teacher Debbie Skapik became a member of the Global Hand-on Universe (GHOU), and this past summer, she attended the GHOU Conference in Provence, France, thanks to a Hendrie Stipend, a fund established by an FCS alumnus to help faculty enhance the math and science programs at Friends’ Central.
Lydia Russell '20 clocked the second fastest time in course history en route to her 1st place finish at the Briarwood Invitational on Saturday, September 14.
It is with great excitement that Friends' Central welcomes fantastic new administrators, faculty, and staff to the School for the 2019-2020 school year.
Skylar Davis '21 will be spending most of the first semester of her junior year in Japan, living with a host family and attending a high school in Tokyo.
On Monday, June 3, Friends’ Central School held its annual Middle School Citizenship Awards Ceremony, recognizing and celebrating a handful of eighth graders in the Class of 2023 for their contributions as citizens to their school community and to the community at large.