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What's cool about our campus is that it's spread out over seven acres in Philadelphia's historic neighborhood of Germantown. The buildings are an eclectic mix of old and new, a unique look and feel more consistent with a college campus. With three gyms, three auditoriums, a student center, numerous open, green spaces and nine classroom buildings, it's a place worthy of adoration and exploration. The Meetinghouse, at the center of it all, provides a beautiful and spiritual focal point.

1. Main Building 2. Meetinghouse 3. Sharpless 4. Hargroves 5. Wade Science Center 6. Alumni Building 7. Admissions 8. Living Graveyard 9. Dead Graveyard 10. Loeb Performing Arts Center 11. Smith Gym 12. Cary Building 13. Friends Free Library 14. Field House 15. Scattergood Gym

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Quaker Education

At GFS, students and teachers gather in Meeting for Worship once each week. This is a time for shared, silent contemplation. Anyone who feels moved to speak may rise and do so. It is a simple formula, and can be a remarkably powerful experience.In these days of constant connectivity, the ability and opportunity to sit in silence have special value. Meeting for Worship is a cornerstone of the GFS culture that many come to cherish throughout their lives.

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speak the truth

We strive to deal fairly, equally and honestly with everyone. We aim to do as we say, reflecting our beliefs in our actions. even when it is inconvenient or challenging, we stand by our convictions, striving to lead lives of integrity.

Shine Together

We are all blessed with remarkable gifts. We are equally qualified to seek truth and to hear the voice of God. Every person deserves equal respect. For these reasons, we work against prejudice and discrimination and for equality.

stay connected

"Alone we can do little; together we can do so much."* We know there is strength in cooperation and wisdom to be found when many perspectives come together. We believe in the power of community.*
The words of Helen Keller.

keep it simple

In every way we can, we try to minimize the distractions that can draw our attention from the important things in life. This means not becoming overwhelmed by the busyness of daily routine. It means seeking balance. It means embracing simplicity.

care for all

This planet we inhabit, the talents we've been given, the community of which we are a part- all hold remarkable value. We must be responsible, imaginative and proactive in protecting these gifts and caring for the world and people around us. We must exercise good stewardship.

promote peace

We believe each life is precious and unique. We stand against war and violence and work to eliminate their root causes, including ignorance, racism, hatred and oppression. We are committed to creating peace.

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Junior Varsity Squash - Girls


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Pete Mueller (484-942-4590)
Alex Nalle (215-370-3596)


Name Grade
Sophie Borgenicht 10
Taliah Broadus 11
Sanaa DeBose 11
Luna Hamrahi 10
Tessie Katz 10
Vanessa Mirage 10
Claire Partridge 11
Erin Schott 10
Arrietty Xia 12

Additional Information


  • JV squash begins Monday 11/7 with Upper School tryouts at GCC for the first week.
  • If you do not want to try out for the Varsity squad, JV will start on Monday 11/14.

Requirements (effective 11/14 and for duration of season)

  • JV squash players need to attend Squash 4 times per week (including one morning)
  • Matches count toward the requirement
  • Friday is mandatory; choose 3 more per week from these options:
  • Morning Practice 7:00 – 7:50 a.m. at GCC. (Tues, Weds, Thurs)
  • Afternoon Practice 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. at Walnut Lane (Mon – Thurs)
  • 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Squash Smarts (Fri) (Required)
  • A Google sign-up form will be distributed by coaches to formalize your practice schedule.


Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Mornings:
Coaches: GCC Pro Staff (Kim Lightner, Doug Whittaker, Dylan Cunningham)
Shuttle leaves Coulter Street at 6:50 a.m.
Shuttle leaves GCC at 7:55 a.m. to return to Main Campus by 8:10 a.m.

Monday – Thursday Afternoons:
Athletes: Limit of 4-5 students per day; bring homework
Practice at Walnut Lane Court
Van leaves Main Campus at 3:25 p.m.
Van returns to Main Campus at 5:15 p.m.

Practice 3:00-5:00 p.m. at Squash Smarts (4 courts)
Bus departs Coulter Street at 2:35 p.m.
Bus leaves Squash Smarts at 5:00; returns to Coulter Street at 5:15.

JV competitions will be on the on-line schedule.

End-of-season Tournaments:

  • MASA (Mid-Atlantic Squash Association), Weekend of February 3-5.
  • US SQUASH NATIONALS: In Hartford, Weekend of February 10-12.

Varsity & JV Uniforms

  • Provided
    (Must return at end of season)
  • Required
  • Notes
    • Uniform top
    • Uniform skirt or shorts
  • Non-marking sneakers, goggles, racquet
  • GCC has some racquets and goggles to borrow.
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