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  • May

    Message from Head of School: Buffalo Shooting

    Please click here for a message from Head of School Ned Sherrill in response to the May 14 shootings in Buffalo, NY, and the school's commitment to speak out. "CFS chooses not to be silent and therefore complicit. We earnestly seek and promote another way. We have placed a Black Lives Matter banner on our school sign for a reason. Some disagree and wish to reduce it to a political slogan rather than recognize it for what it is, a committed and purposeful statement aligning our minds and hearts to making a difference first by simply acknowledging that our Black brothers and sisters, children of God’s creating and nurturing as we all are, matter. Starting here, giving voice and witness to God’s intentions allows us to confront and soberly address a cultural past that has neither given full value to every human being nor respect for their God-given dignity."
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  • Mentorship Makes the Most of High School

    High school is a pivotal time in a young man’s life. It’s a time when they’re maturing and taking on more responsibility, but there’s still a lot of growing up to do before they leave for college and a career. 

    Parents might be wondering … 

    Will he have the self-discipline to be able to juggle school and other commitments? 
    Will he have the self-awareness to make mistakes and learn from them? 
    Will his confidence be bolstered by his high school experience or will it only bring him down?
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  • January

    3 Reasons Why Student Diversity Matters

    Recent census data shows the U.S.’s population is becoming more diverse every year. According to an article by the Brookings Institute, “In 2019, for the first time, more than half of the nation’s population under age 16 identified as a racial or ethnic minority.”

    It’s critical that America’s high school and college classrooms reflect our country’s multicultural, diverse population. Employers and communities around the world reflect differing perspectives and cultures — a prospective employee will have an advantage if they’ve already been exposed to and are comfortable with diversity and inclusion.
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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.