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Media representatives and journalists are encouraged to contact Dawn Blake in the School communications office by phone or email, as indicated above.
The Haverford School Lower School robotics team, a.k.a. "Ford Bots," competed in their first ever First Lego League Robotics Regional Qualifying Tournament at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy this weekend. More >
On Dec. 6, along with other collaborating authors of NAIS' new book, Diversity Work in Independent Schools, Haverford School Director of Community Chris Avery, signed copies for more than an hour. More>
The Haverford School community contributed 11,678 cans for the annual Haverford School-Episcopal Academy-Agnes Irwin Can Drive, which kicked off with an assembly on Nov. 4 and ran through Nov. 25. More>
By Jeff McDevitt & Josh Verlin
The Inter-Academic Conference is steeped with history, and the 2013-14 basketball season is sure to add another entertaining chapter to that story. Either the heavily favored Haverford School will end a 15-year title drought of their own, or a team few expected to win will end up shocking the league. More>
By Josh Verlin
It was only 10 days ago that Derek Mountain hung up his football cleats to switch over to the hardwood. Switching sports is nothing new for the junior wing, who makes the transition each fall. More>
It doesn't take much convincing to get people to believe that the Haverford School soccer program is different. More>
Senior Eamon Glavin won the Junior Event and finished 8th overall. There were 250 competitors.
Every year right before Thanksgiving, Haverford School third-graders learn the story of the Mayflower. A more recent part of the tradition is a coordinated science project in Bill Palmer’s science class where each of three third-grade sections build their own Mayflower boats and then sail them in the School’s swimming pool. More>
Nine Haverford School student-athletes will play sports for Division I colleges and universities. More>
Support the V and VI Form prom and buy your Christmas tree at The Haverford School from Nov. 30-Dec. 20. Fraser and Balsam Fir trees from 3’ to 11’ tall will be on display between Wilson Hall and Sabol Field. All tree sales are 50% tax deductible.
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Tree Sale Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sunday: 9 a.m.-8 p.m.