Upper School students of Haverford’s Service Board, led by Director of Service Learning Jini Loos, have organized a number of school-wide initiatives this fall, including a mask drive, National Denim Day, and a can drive.
In Haverford's Lower School, a pre-kindergarten-fifth grade elementary school, your family will be part of a community that strives each and every day to understand your son’s abilities, strengths, and areas of development.
Our best for boys approach to learning, including sensory-rich lessons, open classroom spaces, and twice-daily recesses, celebrates boys’ innate need for movement and activity, resulting in more focused and engaged learning. Through an emphasis on reading and writing, expressive language, fine motor development, and physical, social, and emotional growth, a Haverford boy becomes his best self.
Learn more about our research-based approach to teaching reading: watch this Facebook live video of a kindergarten structured literacy lesson or read Head of Lower School Dr. Greenblatt's op-ed in the Inquirer about the science of reading.
41% of students who enroll in Haverford's Lower School attend Top 50 colleges and universities. The national admit rate is 14%.
Students who enroll in Haverford's Lower School achieve SAT scores 85 points higher than those who enroll later.
of our students engage in service learning, with boys completing about 100 projects annually.
of Lower School students perform at least two years above grade level in math by fifth grade.
of Lower Schools students perform at least two years above in reading by fifth grade.
Data compiler Niche.com has just released its list of 2021 Top Schools in America, and The Haverford School ranked as the No. 1 Best All-Boys High School in the state of Pennsylvania.
City Love, a music and education group based out of Philadelphia, held virtual assemblies with Haverford’s Lower School students on Friday, Oct. 9.
The Haverford School marked the start of the 2020-21 school year with time-honored traditions on Sept. 9.
The Haverford School’s state-of-the-art Middle School was officially opened during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 8.