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Greetings from the Friends' Central Alumni/ae Office!

Welcome to the alumni/ae section of the FCS website! In this section, you can be active and engaged members of the community, reconnect with your classmates, and stay up-to-date about alumni/ae events, school news, and more. We are tremendously proud of all you have accomplished since leaving campus, and of how you – and the School – have grown over the years. Please share your stories and keep in touch. Even if you were here for just a year or many, we want you, our alumni/ae, to feel part of the FCS community for life!

I invite you to return to campus for Reunion, reconnect and network at regional alumni/ae events, or volunteer with the Alumni/ae Association. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, and be sure to share your news and life updates through Class Notes in our magazine, and support current students and teachers through the Friends' Central Fund.

Feel free to contact me if you'd like to get involved, or if you'd like to come back and visit FCS. Hope to see you on campus soon!

Linda Waxman Wasserman '75
Director of Alumni/ae Relations

Class Notes

Tell your classmates what you're up to by entering a Class Note and photo for the "Notes from Friends" section of the Quaker Works Magazine. Click here to submit your Class Note or to share news about a classmate (we will ask for permission before posting someone else's note).

Connect

Are you interested in volunteering? Want to host a dinner for your Class during Reunion Weekend? Do you follow Friends' Central on social media? Find out more.

Alumni/ae Events

Connect with FCS classmates and friends at one of the Alumni/ae Events we host throughout the year, both locally and regionally.

Alumni/ae Day

Alumni/ae Day 2023 takes place on Saturday, May 13, 2023! 

Alumni/ae News

Dig in the Archives

On September 2, 1845, Friends' Central School opened its doors for the first time, welcoming both Quakers and non-Quakers, as was its top priority from its inception, to its first location at 4th and Cherry Streets in Philadelphia. Since then, the School has moved twice - first to 15th and Race Streets and then to its current 23-acre campus at 1101 City Avenue in Wynnewood. The City Avenue campus, also an arboretum, has morphed into a haven for 21st Century learning, while maintaining the history and heart of the institution. In 1990, the Lower School moved from City Avenue to the 18-acre campus at 228 Old Gulph Road in Wynnewood, providing ample green space for our youngest learners in Nursery through Grade 5 to run, play, learn, and discover. Throughout that time and continuing today, the Archives have been lovingly maintained, preserving the treasured relics and documents from all four campuses of Friends' Central School's history. Click here to learn more and read FCS Discovered

Alumni/ae Newsletter

The School Magazine

For more issues of Quaker Works, visit the Publications Archive page.

Class Notes
Tell your classmates what you're up to by entering a Class Note and photo for the "Notes from Friends" section of the Quaker Works Magazine. Click here to submit your Class Note or to share news about a classmate (we will ask for permission before posting someone else's note).