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Faculty & Staff News

  • Things you need to know to work at a boys’ school

    By Matt Green, Head of Upper School

    Gentle, structured competition motivates many boys, bringing out the best in them. Aggressive, unstructured competition will bring out the worst in them.

    Your boys will more readily take risks in an all-boys environment than in coed classrooms. Being smart, participating in class, writing poetry … are not girls’ things or boys’ things at a boys’ school; they’re just things.

  • Full STEAM Ahead

    By Holly Golecki, Upper School science teacher and Tom Trocano

    The Haverford Upper School Science Department recently hosted the inaugural STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Day. Here, we get the scoop from Upper School science teachers Holly Golecki and Tom Trocano.

  • ~Ripple Effect

    By Nancy Agati, Middle School art teacher

    I presented a community carving public art event as part of the FLUID 2015 exhibition at the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor Cultural Center in Staten Island on Saturday, May 2. The large-scale, circular wooden sculpture is entitled "~Ripple Effect." Patterns from the movement of water along the bay at Snug Harbor will serve as the surface imagery to be carved into each segment of the circular form.

  • The 2015 Eastern Pennsylvania Chinese Language Competition

    By Samuel R. Turner, Form III

    On April 25, a small group of 9th-11th grade students studying Chinese language participated in the 2015 Eastern Pennsylvania Chinese Language Team Competition in Norristown, PA. At the event, students from a myriad of local schools gathered together for a enjoyable morning of fierce oral competition that was complemented by a range of cultural activities including calligraphy, kite-making, and the traditional Chinese game of Mahjong.

  • Haverford core virtues: leadership

    By Ron Duska, Head of Lower School

    At Haverford, our core virtues are the driving force behind the decisions we make and the actions we take. The Lower School highlights, demonstrates, and recognizes one virtue each month to help our boys take the characteristics from the abstract to the concrete. Our April virtue was leadership.

  • Boys JV Four - City Champs

    The Haverford School crew team wins two City titles

    The Fords crew team won the JV Four and Lightweight Double events at The PSRA City Championships. More>

  • "Beyond the Classroom: Educator Artists" exhibit

    Several paintings by Art Department Chair Chris Fox are part of the "Beyond the Classroom: Educator Artists" exhibit at The Henry Gallery at Penn State Great Valley. The show includes works by 27 regional art educators and will be on display until June 10.

  • How do we teach "relationships"?

    By Kellen Graham, Upper School English

    Helping boys create and sustain powerful relationships is a top priority at The Haverford School. Launched last year, the Human Relationships seminar engages in this vital work. The seminar brings together students from Haverford, Agnes Irwin, and The Baldwin School in the study of relationships, empathy, love, gender identity, and equitable partnerships.

  • Building Better Men

    By Matt Green, Head of Upper School

    Haverford's Head of Upper School Matt Green was published on the Huff Post Education blog as part of a series produced by The Huffington Post and Take Back the Night in conjunction with Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

  • Upper School students blog from Nicaragua during Spring Break

    Follow Upper School language teacher Javier Lluch Latorre and six Haverford students as they post blog entries about their experiences in Nicaragua during Spring Break. Follow >