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On April 15, members of the Haverford School community gathered virtually for the annual Scholarship Luncheon. This event celebrates the connection between named scholarship recipients -- of which there were 72 this year -- and donors. While donors were unable to meet and converse with their scholars in person, they had the opportunity to hear from Keyveat Postell '16, a soon-to-be graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and incoming analyst for Goldman Sachs, and VI Former Ben Hokenson.
On April 18, Headmaster Dr. Nagl, Head of Upper School Patrick Andren, and Form VI Dean Daniel Keefe toasted the Class of 2020 on what would have been their prom night. Read Dr. Nagl's remarks to the Class of 2020 >
Headmaster Dr. John A. Nagl delivered State of the School remarks as well as an update on the Middle School building project. When the event concluded, alumni engaged their classes in virtual celebrations and conversations with reunion-year classmates. Faculty members, including Chris Fox (art), Tom Stambaugh '90 (English), Tim Lengel '07 (history), Bob Castell (Phys Ed), and Dan Keefe (English) made special appearances.
Each year, The Haverford School celebrates one of the important connections in our community: that between our boys and their grandparents and special friends. Grandparents visited haverford.org/grandparentsday to see messages from Haverford boys.
We held a Virtual Signing Day to recognize our senior athletes who will continue their athletic career in college. Read the story >
Founded in 1906, the Cum Laude Society is dedicated to honoring scholastic achievement in secondary schools. The founders of the society modeled Cum Laude after Phi Beta Kappa. Membership in Cum Laude is the highest academic honor granted by The Haverford School.
Founded in 2014, The Hephaestus Society is dedicated to honoring excellence in academically focused extracurricular activities. Members are nominated by the faculty mentors of Speech and Debate, Robotics, The Index, The Haligoluk, Mock Trial, Model United Nations, Pegasus, and the Reading Olympics. Its motto is "The Mind is the Hammer of the Gods."