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Outstanding Quaker Education Since 1845 | Nursery - Grade 12

Discover the magic of Friends' Central Upper School by registering for one of our upcoming Admission events. Tour our campus, meet administrators and teachers, see what you and your child can expect as a part of our school community.

We offer multiple events to make your visit as convenient as possible. Choose from our Open House, Parent Information Sessions, or Walk-In Wednesdays. Learn what you can expect at each of these events below:

Open House

Our Open House events occur twice a year and offer the best opportunity to discover the magic of Friends' Central School.

Tour our beautiful 18-acre campus, meet administrators and teachers, then stay for Q&A.

Parent Information Sessions

Parent Information Sessions provide an opportunity to learn more about the Friends' Central community.

During these sessions, you will have an opportunity to hear from Head of School Craig Sellers, Division Principals, and current students. The morning will conclude with a tour of campus and an opportunity to ask questions.

Parent Information Sessions at Friends' Central Upper School typically begin at 8:30am.

Walk-In Wednesdays

Walk-In Wednesdays provide a convenient way to simply "walk in" and tour our campus. As the name implies, registration isn't necessary, but if you choose to we will provide some additional information before your visit to make your experience as informative as possible.

When you arrive you and your family will have an opportunity to tour both campuses and meet with an Admission Counselor. Join us!

Watch: Our Mission and Vision

GUIDED BY QUAKER VALUES

EDUCATING FOR EXCELLENCE

INSPIRING TOMORROW'S LEADERS

HONORING THE INDIVIDUAL

Ray Lohier
Raymond Lohier'84
"At Friends' Central School, I developed a deep love of reading and writing and an understanding of how important it is to read and write carefully and with a reverence for the written word – a skill that has been crucial to my career so far. Another important skill I learned at FCS is how to operate inside the 'box,' but to think critically and with an open mind outside of it. Last but not least, I made lasting friendships there that I still cherish today, and I am lucky to continue to call classmates close friends." - Raymond Lohier '84, United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
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