PFS alum Sahmara Cherise Spence Rogers's open letter to President Donald Trump was featured in the Friends Journal's fourth annual Student Voices Project. The project brought in letters from 290 middle and high school students from 15 schools and educational venues in seven different U.S. states and two foreign countries. We're so proud that Sahmara's letter was selected as one of the 30 honorees whose submissions are featured in the May issue.
We're so proud of our graduating class! They are thinkers and artists, mathematicians and scientists. They are trail runners and mountain bikers, performers, dancers and musicians. They revel in their abilities to converse in Chinese or Spanish, work thoughtfully and joyfully with younger students, collaborate to solve problems, and care deeply about social justice and the world we live in. They are Princeton Friends School graduates!
The lucky schools that these students will move on to are: The George School; Hopewell Valley Central High School; The Lawrenceville School; Miss Porter's School; Peddie School; The Pennington School; Princeton Day School; Solebury School; and West Windsor-Plainsboro High School. Congratulations!
Join us for an Admissions Open House on Saturday, May 20 from 1 to 3 pm. Come hear about our unique and intentional pre-K(4) to 8th grade program that nurtures creative, critical, and independent thinkers in a joyful and inclusive community. If you can't make the Open House, contact our Admissions Office to find out about drop-in Tuesday morning tours or a personal tour at your convenience. We're very happy to get to know you and your child! Click here to register for the Open House.
"All the Threads Come Together at Princeton Friends School" in this week's Town Topics. Founding Head of School Jane Fremon talks about her own roots and the roots of Princeton Friends School. Click here to read the full story.