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  • June

    CFS Appoints Vincent J. Napoleon Board Chair and President

    The Church Farm School Board of Directors, at its May 14, 2024, Annual Meeting, elected Vincent J. Napoleon as Chair and President through May 2027. Vince joined the Board in 2018 and for the past year, has been serving as Vice Chair alongside Matthew J. Burns, whose three-year term as Chair and President recently expired. Vince is a seasoned C-suite business leader, legal executive and retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Colonel with extensive experience representing global Fortune 100 and 500 aerospace, technology, advanced technology, heavy industry, professional services and life-science related companies. He is Founder and Principal of Eagle Consulting Advisors, a business and legal advisory services firm. Vince also serves as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association where he presides over disputes between commercial parties.
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  • May

    CFS Selects Christopher Kramaric as Chief Advancement Officer

    The Church Farm School is pleased to announce that it has selected Christopher Kramaric to join the school community as its Chief Advancement Officer, effective July 1, 2024. Christopher joins CFS from the Woodlynde School, where he served most recently as Assistant Head of School for External Affairs, overseeing fundraising, marketing/communications and admissions. As a member of the CFS Administration, Christopher will lead the school’s Advancement efforts, including fundraising and stewardship activities and events, alumni and community relations and marketing and communications. 
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  • April

    CFS Board of Directors Head of School Search Committee Formed

    The CFS Board of Directors has retained the leading national recruitment firm of Carney, Sandoe & Associates to guide Church Farm School through the Head of School Search process, with a goal to have a new Head in place by July 2025. 
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  • March

    Message from CFS Board of Directors

    The CFS Board of Directors announced on March 18 that The Reverend Edmund "Ned" Sherrill will be departing after this school term after 15 years of service. "Ned helped our school take critical steps forward throughout his tenure as CFS Head, recruiting a more diverse and best-in-class group of teachers, administrators, and board members. Oriented to the success of every scholar, he and his team have maintained the highest accreditation standards and produced Strategic Plans that ensure the continuous development of the school's educational program and residential community. Moreover, the school made meaningful modern campus updates during Ned's tenure—adding a one-megawatt solar power grid, state-of-the-art and ADA-accessible facilities, greater safety for pedestrian mobility on campus, and a new all-weather track and turf field that helps us compete for and attract top student-athletes."
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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.