Goshen Friends School is located on over 10 tree-filled acres in Chester County, at the corner of Paoli Pike and North Chester Road (Route 352).
Our campus consists of three buildings. The Lower School building houses kindergarten through fifth grade. Additional classrooms, a computer lab, and the Lower School library are located in the historic, serpentine stone Goshen Grange (circa 1830). The main building contains administrative offices, three Preschool classrooms, Extended Care, a Preschool library, and the Goshen Friends Meeting House (circa 1855). The school also has a soccer field, a playground appropriate for older children, and a separate play area designed especially for our youngest students.
Graduates of Quaker elementary schools know themselves and are able to recognize the strengths of peers. Because they are effective communicators and creative problem solvers at an early age, the fifth graders approach transitions with self-assurance. They are not only prepared for a middle school setting; they are “ready” in every sense.