News & Announcements
October 3, 2015
An event usually starts with a good idea. Then, before you know it, that good idea becomes a tradition. In the sixth grade at Haverford, such an event is our annual field trip to Hawk Mountain. The event started in 2001 as a part of our science curriculum. The trip is an opportunity for our boys to observe and learn about raptors that migrate over the world famous bird sanctuary. However, over the past 15 years, we learned that viewing the migration is more difficult and often a rare occurrence, while hiking is a guarantee. We also learned the value of the hike in building a relationship with our newest Middle School students.
September 29, 2015
Junior Kindergarten has expanded its room with a whimsical tree and bridge as the gathering place at which the day begins. The large, open room allows the boys to learn, work, and explore in the writing, math, and reading centers while the three Jr. K teachers work with them in small groups to build a love of learning and sense of camaraderie. Assistant teacher Mrs. Innocent gives us the scoop on the new space.
October 2, 2015
Haverford School students, faculty, and staff joined the national effort for breast cancer awareness, research, and treatment programs by raising more than $2,000 for Lee National Denim Day on Oct. 2. More>
September 28, 2015
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and advice. In this blog post, we hear from recent grad Eric Anderson, who is currently pursuing a degree in economics at Yale University while playing on the school's basketball team.
September 24, 2015
By Carleigh Stiehm/DukeChronicle.com
A group of people set out to climb one of the world’s tallest mountains, but not all of them will return. Based on the very deadly 1996 Mount Everest disaster, “Everest” tells the story of two expedition groups attempting to survive after an avalanche. More>