News List

  • April

    Message from Head of School: Marc Spera

    Today, I share news of recent legal developments in the matter concerning a former student and the arrest of former faculty member, Marc Spera, about which I have previously written in letters to the community in June and August of 2020. We learned today that Mr. Spera has pleaded guilty to several counts of sexual abuse of a minor and the court has sentenced him to 15-30 years in prison. The betrayal of trust between a teacher and student is clear in this case. We continue to hold sincere and deep empathy for a former CFS student and regret that he suffered while attending our school. Please click headline to view full statement.
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  • March

    CFS Salutes its Educator "Superheroes" at Virtual Gala on April 30

    This "year like no other" has caused so many to heroically and selflessly rise to challenges wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic. On April 30, 2021 at 7:30 p.m., we will host our first-ever Virtual Gala, "Saluting CFS Superheroes," in honor of our community of educators who have worked tirelessly to maintain our program for the young men that we serve. Join us for this complimentary event to hear from students, teachers, administrators, alumni, friends and others about our amazing faculty and staff; enjoy student performances; and have fun! Learn more and sign up to attend at www.gocfs.net/gala.
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  • CFS Completes Capital Campaign Supporting Campus Modernization Project

    In September 2020, the school completed its Campus Modernization Project, which had kicked off with a groundbreaking ceremony in May 2019. On December 31, 2020, the school finished its $6.5M Capital Campaign “For the Boys,” raising almost $6.7M for the project.

    Says CFS Director of Development Jon Knorr, “Exceeding your Capital Campaign goal in any given year is always a great achievement. Exceeding it during a pandemic is nothing short of extraordinary. This is a statement by our donors who truly believe we are preparing young men to lead productive and fulfilling lives. We are particularly grateful to our Board of Directors and our Capital Campaign Taskforce, led by co-chairs John Bellis, Jr. and Richard Gherst.”
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  • January

    Second Semester Reopening Plan

    Church Farm School has announced its reopening plan for the Second Semester, which will return to in-person classes with a distance learning option available to students. Classes will resume on January 25 remotely, with in-person classes starting on February 22. You can review the plan and protocols here.
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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.