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Today, faculty, staff, and students donned stripes, shorts, and other summer gear and bid farewell to summer during the school's second annual Seersucker Day.
Headmaster John Nagl, an expert on counterinsurgency and foreign relations efforts in the Middle East, joined ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" on Sunday, Sept. 14, to discuss U.S. strategy in Iraq and Syria with Martha Raddatz. Watch >
We are proud to announce Director of Public Safety Piero A. Sassu as Haverford’s Chief of School Police. Haverford is the first independent school in the state to employ a police officer. More >
Lower School boys can continue to fuel their passions and discover new talents through our enhanced After-School Enrichment offerings. More>
The Haverford School will begin its 131st year Sept. 3 and welcome 997 students as well as 18 new faculty and staff. More>
Read a message to the community from Headmaster John Nagl and Board Chair Bill Yoh '89 regarding the Initial Report of the Safety, Character, and Culture Task Force. More >
Teaching Tolerance, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, honors several visionary educators each year who use their talents to reduce prejudice, improve intergroup relations, and promote equity in their School communities. More>
Haverford School sixth-grade history teacher John Suter has been selected from a pool of more than 400 applicants to participate in the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute for the week of June 9-13, 2014. More>
Read a message to the community from Headmaster John Nagl regarding the recent public criminal allegations against several Haverford School graduates and one Sixth Former. More >
Nearly 50 Haverford School boys are traveling and blogging about their experiences abroad in Costa Rica and Italy during Spring Break.