Eli Wachs '16 received a $36,000 grant from the Diller Family Foundation to further his work with High School HeroesX, an organization he launched to empower youth to tackle issues in their communities to create global change. Wachs was also named a "Best Philadelphian" by Philadelphia Magazine.
News & Publications
The Haverford School is home to stories of intrigue and success, challenges and rewards. Here, you can find the latest happenings in campus news, hear from our community in The Big Room blog, browse the latest issue of Haverford School Today, or look at some of the other key publications created to inform and engage our community.
I for one, echo the pledge of John Nagl, a former Army colonel, a Republican, and the headmaster of The Haverford School, who posted a photo of Capt. Humayun Khan's tombstone at Arlington National Cemetery on Facebook accompanied by these words: "His stone will stand in Arlington forever. My friends and I will defend it with everything we have." Read the Philly.com article >
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, Peter Quinn '95, Lt. Commander in the U.S. Navy, discusses his military career and his work supporting combat veterans.
Headmaster Dr. John Nagl reflects on the memorial service of Austin Wylie and how to help young people confront the giants in their lives.
Progress and the Path Forward:
Strategic Vision: 2010-2020 Update
The culmination of a year and a half of discussion focused on assessing the core values, strategic priorities, and organizational capacities set out in our Strategic Vision document in 2010, Progress and the Path Forward assesses our original strategies, progress to date, and next steps toward institutional growth and improvement. It outlines our community's best strategic thinking and our vision for Haverford's future. Visit haverford.org/vision to learn more.
Published in conjunction with the School's 125th anniversary, 125 Years for the Boys: Best Practices from The Haverford School reflects the School's years of concern and commitment to boys' education and serves as a resource guide for everyone who loves and teaches boys. We are proud of our 125+ years of serving the educational needs of boys, and this book celebrates both our unique and distinguished history and our ongoing efforts to become the premier school for boys in the country. Read the book >