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The Haverford School's summer reading camp is designed to teach kindergarten-fifth grade boys to be engaged, critical readers. Building on the best-for-boys learning approach of sensory stimulation, reading, writing, and speaking take on new life through performance, music, and movement.
By Eddie Levin/MainLineMediaNews.com
Adorned with press clippings hanging on the wall and trophies resting on the shelves of his office located near the Art Museum, former Haverford School and University of Pennsylvania tennis standout Dr. Richard Cohen can recall almost every detail of each article and trophy. More>
Coach: Mike Murphy (11th year, 58-50); Last season: 9-1 overall, 5-0 Inter-Ac League; More>
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and advice. In this blog post, we hear from Indiana University School of Medicine professor Aaron Carroll '90 about health policy and research.
The roster includes players from 10 states that have signed with or committed to 12 different universities. Haverford School lacrosse players Drew Supinski, Grant Ament, Dox Aitken, and Noah Lejman earned spots on the training roster. More>
The Fords will soon be back in athletic action! View the latest information regarding 2015 Fall Sports here.
By Kev Hunter/MontgomeryNews.com
The Upper Dublin Aquatic Club’s 4x100-meter medley relay, which includes Haverford School sophomore Alex Boratto, raced to first-place and meet-record at the Junior Nationals Swim Championships. More>
The Haverford School team is ranked No. 4. More>
Researchers from Penn State and Duke University have confirmed a lesson taught by every good professor since Socrates: character matters. According to a study summarized in this The New York Times opinion piece, "If we want many more children to lead fulfilling and productive lives, it’s not enough for schools to focus exclusively on academics. Indeed, one of the most powerful and cost-effective interventions is to help children develop core social and emotional strengths like self-management, self-awareness and social awareness — strengths that are necessary for students to fully benefit from their education, and succeed in many other areas of life."
I remember Christmas morning 25 years ago when I received the original cast recording of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd. I listened to the recording from start to finish, mesmerized by the intensity and sophistication of what I had heard. At that age, I didn’t fully understand what drew me to Sondheim’s music so much. Over time, I continued to grow fonder of the intricacies of the way in which he placed each note, perfectly married to its lyrics and using both always as a driving force moving the story line along. His painstaking details and depth of thought that go into his characters are what make his work such a gift to perform.