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.
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The Big Room blog: posts about life at Haverford as written by faculty, students, and administration, plus "Fords in Four" Q&As with alumni
News on haverford.org: student accolades and achievements
Vimeo: videos of select speakers, special assemblies, and more
Thanks to the generosity of a growing number of alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends, The Haverford School's named scholarship endowed funds total more than $18 million. These endowment funds provide critical tuition assistance awards that help the School support and retain remarkable boys who contribute in the classrooms, in the visual and performing arts, and in athletics. Here, we highlight two scholarships that were recently created in memory of Jordan Baumeister '05 and James (Kip) Taviano '13.
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.