Middle School Presents Agatha Rex March 14 & 16
The FCS Middle School will present the comedy Agatha Rex on Friday, March 14 at 7 pm and on Sunday, March 16 at 2 pm in Shallcross Hall. Agatha Rex, written by Lindsey Price and loosely based on the ancient Greek tragedy Antigone, is set in a modern-day high school, translating the original Greek chorus into a fantastic ensemble opportunity. Don't miss it!
Student Selected for White House Film Festival
Friends’ Central junior, Daniel Nemroff, was selected to visit the White House last Friday to screen his film at the first-ever White House Film Festival. Nemroff’s film, “Technology in Education: A Future Classroom,” was one of 16 chosen out of nearly 3,000 submissions received by the White House.
FCS Welcomes New US Principal
Friends' Central's Head of School Craig Sellers is pleased to announce the appointment of Art Hall, a passionate and inspiring educator, to serve as Friends' Central's Upper School Principal effective July 2014.
FCS Junior Named Main Line Athlete of the Week
Jonathan Lawton, junior point guard on Friends' Central's Varsity boys' basketball team, is this week's Main Line Boys' Athlete of the Week.
Government Power, Safety, Gen Gap in New Calder Op-Ed
In his latest Inquirer Op-Ed, Grant Calder shares a quote by William Blackstone: 'It is better that 10 guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.' Then Calder asks, "Does this statement ring true to you?" Responses vary depending on generations of those answering, particularly those growing up post 9/11.