Quaker Works Magazine
Quaker Works: The Magazine of Friends’ Central School is a publication of the Communications Office. It is sent to the entire School community twice a year. Its goal is to enrich the School community by connecting parents, alumni/ae and students, by sharing some of the many events that happen on campus and around the world, and by capturing, as best we can, the intellectual and spiritual vitality that characterize the Friends’ Central experience. Comments, letters, photographs, class notes, and suggestions are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org or Editor, Quaker Works, Friends’ Central School, 1101 City Avenue, Wynnewood, PA 19096.
Appreciative Inquiry at FCS
Appreciative Inquiry at Friends' Central School provides insight into and revelations from the FCS community's yearlong Appreciative Inquiry exploration, sparked by the proposition that organizations create their most visionary and productive change when they begin long-range planning with a unified and shared understanding of what is already excellent.
Ink Upper School Lit Mag
Ink is the creative outlet for the Friends' Central community, dedicated to presenting written and artistic work created by the student body, for the student body. Ink is a celebration of all the creativity harbored in our community. It is published annually. To read more issues of Ink, visit our publications archive.
Queer Words is an ongoing archive of writing by Friends' Central students, alumni/ae, faculty, and staff of all sexual orientations. To read more issues of Queer Words, visit our publications archive.
Focus is the Upper School student newspaper. It is written, published, and distributed by a group of Upper School students and two faculty advisors.
To read more issues of Focus, visit our publications archive.
FCS World Press
To read more issues of FCS World Press, visit our publications archive.
The Phoenix Inquirer
The Phoenix Inquirer, the newspaper of Friends' Central Middle School, aims to serve as a resource for information and entertainment to all community members. The staff includes over 20 students and one faculty advisor who put together a published work created in the spirit of stewardship. Visit the Middle School news blog to read this online newspaper.