Headmaster John Nagl recognized two Lower School students, fourth-grader Max Fertels and third-grader Esref Erkman, for community service projects they initiated earlier this year.
Haverford School seniors Caleb Clothier and Dean Manko are among just 2,500 other National Merit Finalist students across the country to receive a $2,500 scholarship. In the fall, Clothier will attend Yale and Manko is headed to Stanford.More than 1.6 million students were considered for the contest when they took the PSATs in October 2015 as juniors. Winners are selected purely on merit, without consideration of their family financial circumstances, college choice, major, or career plans. More>
For his senior project, VI Former Evan Haas shadowed Dr. Steven Copit and Dr. Tutu Chang at Jefferson Plastic Surgery in Philadelphia for three weeks. Jefferson Plastic Surgery functions as the division of plastic surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. In this blog post, he reflects on his first medical training experience, including learning the importance of compassion and critical thinking skills in the field of medicine.
For their senior project, VI Formers Cameron Hoorfar, Devin Weichert, and George Rubin designed, painted, and mounted a new mural that now hangs on the Field House wall, by the outdoor basketball court. It highlights both The Haverford School sense of brotherhood, and its various athletic programs. In this blog post, Cameron and Devin reflect on the technical aspects of the project and its impact on the School.
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