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The Haverford School recently installed a state-of-the-art indoor climbing wall. The physical education, health and wellness, and leadership program faculty and staff completed a seven-hour certification and are ready to unveil the climbing wall to our boys. The wall will host physical education classes, clubs, sports teams, and others looking for cooperative, camaraderie-building experiences. "Climbing is an experience like none other," says Jeff Potter, head of the physical education department. "It requires physical strength, endurance, problem solving, trust, teamwork, and responsibility."

Support the V and VI Form Prom by picking up a tree at this year's Tree Sale, Dec. 1-18. All sales are 50% tax deductible.

The 7th annual alumni vs. varsity/JV squash match was held on Saturday, Nov. 26 at The Haverford School. This event highlights the distinguished legacy of Haverford squash and helps to connect our squash alumni with the current program. More than 20 alumni, representing every decade since the 1960s, were on hand to meet Coach Asad Khan and the Haverford School students representing the 2015-2016 Haverford School varsity A, B, and JV teams. Read on for a recap of the day, written by Branton H. Henderson III '74, P'12 '14 '18.

As part of the annual Thanksgiving assembly, at which our community expresses gratitude and thanks, faculty who have served at the School for 10 years are recognized with a pin and framed certificate. Headmaster John Nagl presented the awards following remarks by Alumni Executive Council President Branton H. Henderson III '74, P'12 '14 '18. Read on for Mr. Henderson's gracious remarks.

The Haverford School community contributed more than 11,000 cans to the annual Haverford School-Episcopal Academy-Agnes Irwin Can Drive, which was co-chaired by sophomore Nick Chimicles and senior Jeff Li, and ran through Nov. 21. More>

First graders took to the soccer fields for the 7th annual Turkey Bowl, a culmination of the boys' service project in support of Sacred Heart Elementary School in Belize.

The Haverford School robotics team, The Cavalry, competed in the VEX Robotics St. Joe's Prep Qualifier on Nov. 19. Teams 169A (sophomore Scott Shaw and senior Mohid Khan), 169X (freshmen Alexander Greer, Aditya Sardesai, Daniel Chow, and Toby Ma), and 169D (eighth-graders Owen Gormley, Maxim Kreider, Safa Obuz, and Manny Winikur), won the tournament. More>

Student-athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent to play D1 sports include seniors David Hogarth, William & Mary, baseball; Tommy Toal, La Salle University, baseball; John Nostrant, Penn State, lacrosse; Evan Scott, Furman, lacrosse; Joel Trucksess, Lehigh, lacrosse; and Charlie Ryan, Michigan State, swimming.

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