An author studies program focused on Black, Indigenous, and authors of color helps students to both see themselves and learn about different cultures, traditions, and families.
Learning is for Life.
At Germantown Friends School, education is the daily practice of transformation. Together, we embrace ingenuity and integrity, collaboration and innovation, gravity and grace. Together, we find the courage to ask; we possess the conscience to act; and we heed the call to awaken the world.
After studying ancient civilizations in fourth grade, students compete in Greek Day!
Middle School Mini-Courses are week-long, interdisciplinary deep dives that center on joy, curiosity, and rigor as students experience uninterrupted learning around a single topic.
Latin and Greek students in grades 7-12 enjoyed a full day of exciting activities for our first in-person Classics Day since 2019.
Eighth Grade Capstone gives students the opportunity to explore passion projects and allows them to position learning in ways which are authentic to themselves.