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This site will serve as your port of call to reconnect with the School and your former classmates, no matter where you are located across the globe. We invite you to explore the tabs at left to learn more about what is going on at your alma mater.

If you have any alumni, event, or website related questions or suggestions, please contact Andrew Bailey '02 at abailey@haverford.org. Go Fords!

Alumni News

By Donald Hunt, Philadelphia Tribune

Temple senior basketball standouts Ernest Aflakpui and Shizz Alston Jr. will take on some extra responsibility this season. Aflakpui and Alston were recently named captains of the Owls’ basketball team by head coach Fran Dunphy. Read the Philadelphia Tribune story about Shawn Alston '15 >

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squash center Ned Edwards

"For decades we've been asking: Can squash grow?" said Ned Edwards, a Penn grad, U.S. Squash Hall of Famer and the project's executive director. "Well, it is growing, especially among juniors. But this is a more democratic way for us to manage this growth. We can go to public schools in West Philadelphia and get across the socio-economic spectrum. There's an appetite for it." Read the philly.com story that mentions Ned Edwards '76 >

Read More about Philly poised to become capital of American squash with construction of center on Drexel campus

Campus News

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Twenty Haverford School seniors, representing 20 percent of the Class of 2019, have been recognized for their achievement by the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Nine students – Nik Chakraborty, Intel Chen, Michael Fairorth, Jared Hoefner, Aram LaVan, Logan McAllister, Neetish Sharma, William Vauclain, and Griffin Wada – were named Semifinalists and will have the opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million. Nationwide, there are 16,000 National Merit Semifinalists representing less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors.

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Creating Authenticity in the Classroom
Taylor Smith-Kan, Upper School English

Four Upper School teachers embarked on an intensive training session on Project-Based Learning this summer at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. In this blog post, Upper School English teacher Taylor Smith-Kan reflects on the training, and discusses her plans to incorporate more Project-Based Learning into her classroom at Haverford.

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