Despite the pandemic, the FCS Distinguished Visiting Lecture Series has been able to take place, along with a significant number of virtual visits to classrooms this spring, enriching the students' learning experiences during this time of much uncertainty.
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.
In fall and early winter 2018, Friends' Central's campuses were abuzz with activity, including award-winning moments for our students, important sustainability achievements, athletic and academic successes, outstanding theater productions, orchestral and choral performances celebrating the holiday season, and inspiring guest speakers. Here are some highlights!
It is with great excitement that Friends’ Central welcomes 12 new teachers, administrators, staff members, and interns to the School for the 2018-2019 school year
It is not uncommon to see alumni/ae on campus each day, particularly after school on the playing fields and courts. Many sports, including soccer, basketball, track, wrestling, and cheerleading, as well as Friends' Central Aquatics (FCA), are led by alumni/ae coaches who want to continue the culture of sportsmanship and integrity fostered by Friends' Central Athletics. In an effort to find out what brings alumni/ae back to campus to coach at FCS, rising senior Miles Johnson sought the perspective of six alum coaches.
Tell your classmates what you're up to by entering a Class Note and photo for the "Notes from Friends" section of the spring 2020 issue of Quaker Works Magazine. We would also like to hear from any alumni/ae involved in Sustainability. 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).