A modest gift goes a long way at PFS. A larger gift is absolutely transformative. We are a small, relatively young Quaker school dedicated to offering education that is reflective of values that have guided Friends education for more than 300 years. True to our Quaker roots, we are fiscally prudent to the penny and mindful every day of the trust placed in us by our donors. If you are a supporter who isn’t on campus very often, please come visit. We’d love to show you the many ways your gifts to PFS make a difference. Our students are critical and creative thinkers, compassionate souls, budding scientists, mathematicians, artists, poets, writers, and more. And we can’t wait to tell you about our alums!

Princeton Friends School deeply appreciates the generosity of people like you who value our school today and want to ensure its success for years to come. At PFS we are committed to the power of education - in the experience of every child, and in the world these young people will inherit.

On behalf of the students who come from many walks of life to learn here, our devoted faculty and staff, and the wide circle that shares your belief in the promise of education, thank you again for giving to PFS.
“I know I can now walk down a path in life with confidence. But PFS has also taught me to assist others in finding the way to walk down their paths.”
- Kayla P., class of 2010

Advancement Team

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Sarah Slaiman

    Sarah Slaiman 

    Director of Advancement
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  • Photo of Barbara Downing

    Barbara Downing 

    Business Office Assistant
    (609) 683-1194 x17
A progressive, Quaker day school welcoming students in Pre-K through 8th grade to our historic Princeton campus nestled in the woods.

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