Meet our Student Ambassadors

We are thrilled that you are interested in an education at Church Farm School. Statements that we hear over and over from our alumni include “Church Farm School is home” and “Church Farm School is family.” We aim to be all of these things to our students, and from most accounts, we are succeeding in this mission.

Ryan Ellison '26

“CFS helps you learn to be the best version of yourself.”

Advice for new students:
“Learn to differentiate yourself amongst a crowd of people.”
“Be around others that will make you better.”

What does brotherhood mean to you?
“That no matter what, you are going to be there for one another.”

Why CFS?
“I wanted to be seeking a higher level of education and a level of independence.”

What makes CFS unique?
“Everyday I am surrounded by people who have a goal in life and pursue the excellence to succeed.”

Victor Lu '26

“Church Farm School is an engaging community of dedicated young men always striving to do better.”

Do you consider yourself an artist?
“My specialty is creative writing and photography. Writing has always been one of my strong suits but photography I just started to develop as a skill here at CFS.”

What is your advice to new students?
“Hold yourself, hold your peers, and hold your school to a high standard.”

Why did you choose CFS?
“I was seeking the opportunity to be independent.”

What makes CFS unique?
“At CFS, teachers are more your mentors. They are flexible and attentive about what you need as long as you communicate it.”

Savion Weaver-Diaz '26

“Church Farm School is the best choice to make if you want to succeed.”

How would you describe brotherhood and what it means to you?
“The brotherhood is the greatest part of CFS. My brothers make everyday fun.”

Why did you choose CFS?
“It was one of the few boarding schools where there were people like me everywhere not just in the student body, but in the faculty too.”

What is your favorite memory at CFS?
“The district championship game. Even though we lost, it was a great experience with my teammates and a great look at what’s coming in the future.”

What makes CFS unique?
“The diversity.”

Phuntsok Aretsang '25

“Church Farm School is my home away from home.”

What makes CFS unique?

The environment at CFS is able to help young scholars grow and mature, both academically and mentally.

Why did you choose CFS?
I chose CFS because of its close-knit community where everyone is able to know and understand one another, and because of the academic achievements of the many students.

What advice would you give prospective students?
“Take risks, and discover new things by taking advantage of the opportunities you have.”

What are you most looking forward to here?
“Crossing the highway for graduation is what I am most looking forward to.”

Anthony Espinoza '25

“I chose CFS because it is a unique opportunity that I couldn’t take for granted.”

What sports do you play?
“Golf and Tennis (JV Golf Coaches Award and Captain)”

What are some unique facts about you?
“I am the commentator for the basketball teams. I also took all of the sports media day photos.”

What does the brotherhood mean to you?
“The commitment to have another’s back and be there for them to the best of one’s ability.”

Share the moment you know you belonged at CFS?
“On the 1st day of SOAR I walked into a space where everyone was complete strangers. Immediately, I was welcomed by members of my class asking me to sit with them at lunch and I knew these kids are just like me.”

Mason Jarvis '25

“Church Farm School is a great place where you can make bonds that will last a lifetime.”

What clubs/sports do you participate in?
Sports debate and Basketball (Captain)

Would you consider yourself an artist?
“I would say I’m a good photographer. Nature pictures are my specialty.”

Why did you choose CFS?
I wanted to join a community of people that looked like me and can connect with my experiences.”

What makes CFS unique?
“The brotherhood and how everyone connects with each other.”

The Admission Office is your guide as you navigate the application process. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for more information or to schedule a tour of our beautiful campus, where you will get to meet the students who call CFS home, and the faculty and staff who help make it so.

Questions? Email us at or call us at 610.363.5347. 
The Church Farm School is an independent boarding and day school for boys in grades 9-12 located in Exton, PA. Founded in 1918 to provide an excellent education to young men from limited means, Church Farm School now serves boys from a range of socio-economic circumstances who are seeking an extraordinary educational opportunity. The school offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum and an exceptional level of personal attention, with class sizes averaging between just 7 and 12 students.