Tell your friends and spread the word: Our next All School Open House will be held on Friday, March 13, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.!
When: Monday, March 9, through Friday, March 13 (YES! A whole week!)Where: The Chester County Book Company, 967 Paoli Pike, West Chester
20% of the proceeds of each sale, excluding magazines, will benefit Goshen Friends Library. Be sure to mention "Goshen" at checkout! Cash and check are preferred by the vendor; credit cards will be accepted.
Teachers' "Wish List" : As in years past, teachers will provide a list of books that they would enjoy as additions to their classrooms. (Available for purchase by individuals or as a group gift for a teacher if you are interested.) This is great opportunity to grow our school and classroom libraries. Thank you in advance for your support!
Time to start making your summer camp plans! The Country Day Camp at Goshen Friends School offers two specially designed programs, Little Explorers and Explorers.
Little Explorers, for children ages 2½–5, runs Tuesday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., with Lunch Bunch and Extended Care options available if a longer day is desired. Little Explorers is a great first camp experience that encourages independence and developing skills through a creative and engaging variety of structured and self-select centers. Six weeks of camp are offered from June 9 through July 16.
Explorers, a full-day camp for children ages 6–12, consists of games, sports, and self-select options in the morning, followed by a healthy lunch and theme-based afternoon activities. Campers may also register separately for Monday and Friday outings for fishing, hiking, swimming, scavenger hunts, and more at nearby parks, farms, and nature centers. Four weeks of camp are offered from June 8 through July 3, with both 3- and 5-day-per-week options.
Sibling and multi-week discounts available!
Find out more: Download our 2015 Camp Brochure!
See Goshen Friends School through the eyes of its students. A film by Justin Shipley, Emmy nominated filmmaker & Goshen Friends' parent.
Fifth grade graduates are effective communicators and creative problem solvers and approach transitions with self-assurance. They are not only prepared for a middle school setting; they are "ready" in every sense.
Guided by the Quaker values of equality, integrity, simplicity, community, and peace, Goshen Friends School provides a strong academic foundation through a responsive curriculum and small classes to nurture joyful learning.