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Rev. Sherrill Want to see our Head of School,  the Reverend Edmund K. "Ned" Sherrill II, but can't wait until September? Attend Sunday Service at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Wayne Aug. 3 or Aug. 10, where he will be delivering the sermons.

An ordained Episcopal Priest, Rev. Sherrill holds a B.A. from Macalester College and a M.Div. from Yale Divinity School. Prior to his position at CFS, he was Head Chaplain and Head of the Religion Department at St. Mark’s School, Southborough, MA.  He has also served as Dean of Chapel and Head of the Religion Department at St. Paul’s School, in Concord, New Hampshire, and as Vicar of St. John’s Church and Headmaster of St. John’s School in Guam concurrently.



News & Events

History Teacher Doug Magee Named NAIS "Teacher of the Future"

The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) has selected history teacher Doug Magee to be part of its annual "Teachers of the Future" program. Doug was one of only 35 teachers in the entire country chosen for this prestigious program, which offers participation in a variety of initiatives to teachers who exemplify innovation and creativity in the classroom.  READ MORE

AP Conference Features CFS' Flipped Classroom Model

Eric Fulmer, Church Farm School's history department chair, recently presented the flipped classroom model he has been testing out at CFS at the AP Conference in Philadelphia. The flipped classroom involves students reading or watching lectures as homework, so that class time is devoted to interactive learning and exploration of concepts.  READ MORE

CFS Partners with Positive Coaching Alliance 

The Positive Coaching Alliance is a nonprofit organization that works with organizational leaders, coaches and parents to teach young athletes about sportsmanship on and off the field.READ MORE

James Cromartie '19 Attends i2 STEM Camp at Agnes Irwin

Through a scholarship provided by Church Farm School partner Schools That Can, 8th grader James Cromartie attended a two-week STEM camp at Agnes Irwin School.READ MORE

100% of Senior Class Matriculates to College

All 34 members of the class of 2014 are going to accredited colleges and universities, many of them on academic and athletic scholarships. Two Chester County seniors were recently featured in the Daily Local newspaper. READ MORE



Join us for the 13th ANNUAL CFS GOLF CLASSIC!


Presented by Bryn Mawr Trust

Friday, Sept. 26, 2014 at the Coatesville Country Club

Help us raise awareness, friends and funds in support of the extraordinary mission of Church Farm School. Learn More





An independent day and boarding school offering college preparatory education for boys grades 7—12

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