News & Announcements
November 23, 2015
The Upper School Woodworking Arts class took a field trip to Spacht Sawmill in Fairview Village, Pennsylvania. The tour started with some basic facts about forestry, conservation, forest management, and the natural characteristics of trees and wood. Carol and Dave Spacht discussed with the boys old and new sawmill technology and what a sawyer looks for in a tree before cutting it into lumber.
November 21, 2015
By Matthew De George, PAPrepLive.com
As Jimmy Tricolli charged into the pile of celebrating Haverford School players with the championship plaque, few seemed to mind that they shouldn’t even have been on the field at the Proving Grounds Saturday night. More>
November 19, 2015
Second graders were transported to the Wild West when real-life cowboy Chad McCormack stepped into their classroom with his leather boots, western hat, and “yes sir, no sir” timbre. McCormack, an Iraq War veteran who served in the 173rd Airborne Brigade, is the ranch manager of Hobble Diamond Ranch in Montana. Owned by Robert '72 and Susan Burch P’13 ’28, the 30,000-acre ranch is home to horses, cattle, and pheasant. McCormack fielded questions from our boys, revealing some surprising facts!
November 19, 2015
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, Carlo deMarco '82, P'13 '16 tells us about his passion for cooking and what it takes to run a professional kitchen.
November 17, 2015
Candy Montgomery P'94 is part of the fabric of Haverford's history - quite literally. Since 1987, she has solidified the School's athletic dominance with the ceremonial stitching of the sweater following the School's Haverford/EA day wins. That's 22 gold stitchings over the years, a tradition she repeated on Nov. 16 following the School's eighth consecutive year of "keeping the sweater."