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John Nagl, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel and former president of the Center for Counterinsurgency, told a group of cadets that he fears the Pentagon will forget the hard-won lessons learned about fighting insurgencies after the war in Afghanistan ends. More>
Headmaster John Nagl joined WHYY's Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane on Dec. 18 for a conversation on the final year of war in Afghanistan and challenges of sectarian violence in Iraq. More >
The Haverford School Lower School robotics team, aka. "Ford Bots," competed in their first First Lego League Robotics Regional Qualifying Tournament at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy this weekend. More >
On Dec. 6, along with other collaborating authors of NAIS' new book, Diversity Work in Independent Schools, Haverford School Director of Community Chris Avery, signed copies for more than an hour. More>
Varsity soccer triumphed over Springside Chestnut Hill Thursday to earn a spot in the PAISAA Championship game against The Hill School on Satuday at 2 p.m. More >
The Haverford School Poetry Club will have a public reading on Thursday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. at Main Point Books (1041 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr). Admission is free. The last public reading was a resounding success, and this event will not disappoint! More >
We are excited to announce the launch of the new Haverford app, available now for Apple and Android devices! Our new app is available for free and functions as an extension of Haverford.org. More >
The Self-Portrait project and Haverford Gallery experience are the culminating events of the opening unit, “¿Quién soy?” or “Who am I?” in Upper School Spanish teacher Zach Bleckner’s classes. More >
The Haverford School community celebrated the installation of ninth Headmaster John A. Nagl, D.Phil, with a lively ceremony featuring remarks by Board Chairman John Stoviak ’69 and Student Body President Peter Blynn ’14 and musical performances from the Notables, Celebrantes, and The Haligoluks.
Headmaster John Nagl declared Sept. 23 “Endless Summer Seersucker Day.” Faculty, staff, and students were invited to wear seersucker or summer clothes, gather outside, and wave goodbye to the season.