State College Friends School

Eighth Grade Graduations Photographs

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"The Middle Schoolers are the most beautiful

teenagers I have seen (that were not home schooled).  They are confident, bright,

intelligent and exude a deep sense of community and responsibility. 

That is what I want for my daughter." 


MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

for incoming 5th - 8th grade students.

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Learn more about a Friends Education and the Quaker testimonies of simplicity, peace, integrity, equality, community, and stewardship in the curriculum.

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What do Quakers Believe?

STATE COLLEGE FRIENDS SCHOOL

Kindergarten through

eighth grade

1900 University Drive

State College, PA 16801

814-237-8386

FRIENDS SCHOOLHOUSE

Pre-K for ages 3 - 5

611 East Prospect Avenue

State College, PA 16801

814-308-8388

About Friends Schoolhouse

 

Admissions information:

Mary Ziegler, Assistant Head

mziegler@scfriends.org

 

HEADLINES

Announcements, school news, and a message from the Head of School every Friday.  Also sent home weekly via email.

Classroom letters are sent home weekly via email.


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2014 Summer Camp

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Pre-K Camps

K - 4th Grade Camps

Theatre Camps


A Friendly Voice is available in color here.

Founded in 1980 on the Quaker principles of equality, community, simplicity, peace, stewardship, and integrity, our mission is to provide an academically vigorous education in a nurturing environment that inspires a love of learning and prepares students to meet challenges with confidence and compassion.

We celebrate diversity and welcome families of all faiths and perspectives. 

Our students are nurtured to grow intellectually, think critically, work collaboratively, and communicate confidently.  Please visit us.  A warm welcome awaits!

What parents of State College Friends School students say:

". . . we were definitely looking for more than academics for our son.  A place where he could thrive academically, but also thrive socially and emotionally.  It's not just about teaching to the test, but creating a foundation and true affinity for learning."