Preparing Boys for Life

Welcome, Alumni!

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

Haverford homecoming spoiled for Aitken, Sabia in PLL semifinals

CHESTER — The legion of purple jerseys with No. 16 on the back was the first giveaway. The array of Haverford School lacrosse stars filling section 121 of Subaru Park was the second. And the line of kids waiting to take selfies with Grant Ament was easy enough to follow if you had any questions.

Not many high schools could claim what Haverford School did Sunday, with players in both halves of the Premier Lacrosse League semifinal doubleheader in Chester. Split between the Atlas blue-clad fans cheering for Dox Aitken in the first game and Chris Sabia’s purple Waterdogs in the nightcap, there was plenty of Delco lacrosse history on the field.

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County student, classmates to kick off all-in-one college app

In February of 2020, Devon native and former Conestoga High School student Chris Tsetsekos and his two Haverford School classmates Jon Krouse and David Graham were living in the temporary limbo known to many high school seniors.

It was the period between receiving a college acceptance letter and the fear of the unknown that would await them when they arrived at their respective college campuses in the fall.

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Campus News

Haverford School students and alumni volunteer at PALS Summer Camp

This past summer, sixth former Jeffrey Yang and fifth formers Jay Crowther, Isaiah Shuchman, and Jaiden Shuchman spent time volunteering at PALS, an organization that fosters friendship and independence among young adults with Down syndrome. The four Haverford School students were joined by young alumni Robert Esgro ’19 and Ryan Ngo ’21, who have been working at the camps for many years under the recommendation of Ms. Jini Loos, Haverford’s Director of Service Learning.

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Blog

On Reading: Middle School math teacher Ryan Meyer
Karen Suter, Middle School reading teacher

Introduction: In this series, called On Reading, Middle School reading teacher Karen Suter interviews Haverford School community members on their reading habits and book recommendations. In this blog post, Ryan Meyer, Middle School mathematics teacher, three-sport coach, Math Counts advisor, participant in the inaugural year of Building Antiracist White Educators, husband to Colleen, and dad to Brody, discusses how he got his start as a reader, where he finds his next book, and how he stays motivated to keep reading. He also reminisces on what it meant to him when his colleague and students gifted books to his young son. 

 

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