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CFS CRAFT FAIR

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Want to share your wares? Download the vendor application packet for the CFS Craft Fair, a fundraiser for the CFS Class of 2017. This event is free and open to the public.

"WHY THE CHIMES RANG" 90th CHRISTMAS PAGEANT

Friday, December 12, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 14, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.

Join us for one of CFS' most popular traditions, the historic and dramatic pantomime of the classic short story "Why the Chimes Rang" by Raymond MacDonald Alden. Admission is free and all are welcome.

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Doug Magee Discusses Character Lab Work at Tuesday Assembly

The Tuesday speaker series “Places I’m From/Places I’ve Been” continued on October 28 with history teacher Doug Magee discussing his work over the summer with “Character Lab,” based in New York City. READ MORE

Hamzah Qureshi ’16 and Stephen Zarycranski ’16 Selected as Rotary Citizens of the Month

The Rotary Club of Central Chester County presented awards to CFS students who best exemplify the Rotary motto “service above self” on October 27. Nominated by CFS faculty and staff, Rotary selected Hamzah Qureshi ’16 (pictured second from right) and Stephen Zarycranski ’16 (pictured second from left) as the September and October recipients. READ MORE

History of Middle East Class Attends Capital Hill Conference

History teacher Doug Magee's "History of the Middle East" class went to Washington, DC, on October 15 for The Middle East Policy Council's Capitol Hill Conference, “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Has the US Failed?”.  Afterward, students visited the Holocaust Museum and Congressman Jim Gerlach’s staff on Capitol Hill, where they interviewed staffers to learn how foreign policy decisions are informed and proposed. READ MORE

Chris Gramlich Joins CFS' Math Department

CFS welcomes new math teacher Chris Gramlich. A recent graduate of Penn State University, Mr. Gramlich will teach Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Financial Algebra. READ MORE

Message from Head of School About Middle School Future

Head of School the Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill II announced to the community this week plans to gradually end the middle school progam (grades 7-8) at Church Farm School.  READ MORE

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