Creative faculty offer a rich, relevant, and engaging program for all ages—one centered on curiosity, well-being, and joy.
Students find their unique voices through infinite opportunities for discovery and inquiry, with age-appropriate freedoms to chart their own paths.
Our community embraces silence, reflection, and listening as we learn from—and with—each other, bringing our Quaker testimonies to life.
Alumni remain a central part of the GFS experience, mentoring students and sharing their talents as advocates, artists, entrepreneurs, educators, and scientists—changemakers of all kinds.
Students in Early Childhood - Grade 12
Graduates attend a four-year college
Student-led clubs and affinity groups
Friends Schools League athletic championship titles
National Merit Scholars, 2014-20
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In one of their first lessons on the importance of stewardship and community, and the joy it brings, early childhood students lead GFS’ annual Turkey Drive by creating heart pins and giving them out in exchange for donations.
Olivia Fiechter Weaver ‘14, made history at the 2023 Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile last week. Earning two gold medals and one silver medal, the squash star helped Team USA set a record.
The student Environmental Action Club (EAC) and Campus Climate Coalition (CCC), together with staff and faculty members organized GFS’ September 8 Upper School Assembly and Sustainability Fair, emphasizing the power of embracing Active Hope as we care for and steward the earth’s beauty and resources.
GFS has been honored with the SupportMusic Merit Award from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.
The Multicultural Parents Alliance (MPA) hosted Dr. Jessica Isom for this year’s Inspirational Speaker for Change.
GFS Lower School Teacher and Assistant Tennis Coach De'Sean Fennell was recently inducted into the Roman Catholic Sports Hall of Fame.
GFS Athletics clinched the Felsen Cup for the third year in a row!
Our community gathered together to welcome artist Kevin Snipes for the annual Cohen Art Lecture.
The Friends Free Library has compiled a list of books and other neurodiversity-affirming resources for Autism Acceptance Month.
Early Childhood division held their annual Spring Performance in the Loeb Performing Arts Center.
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