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Be You

At NGFS, students are celebrated for who they are.

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Be Known

Be Known

At NGFS, you are part of a community of individuals.

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Be Inspired

Be Inspired

Our program offers a unique approach to learning.

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Be Adventurous

Be Adventurous

We take learning outside the classroom.

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Be a Leader

Be a Leader

Our partnership with Guilford College gives students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school.

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Be Curious

Be Curious

Whether a student's interests lie in music, drama, or visual arts, there is space to create.

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Be Unstoppable

Be Unstoppable

Athletics develop character and teach responsibility.

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Be a Friend

Be a Friend

Quaker practice guides peaceful resolution of conflict, service toward others, and respect and inclusion.

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Experience NGFS

  • Visit Us

    Visit Us

    We invite you to walk our halls, listen to our students, talk to our teachers, and see what an NGFS education could mean for your child. read more

  • How to Apply

    How to Apply

    The very first step is to let us know you are interested. You can do so by completing our convenient online Inquiry Form or by contacting the office. read more

  • Preschool

    Preschool

    In A Child's Garden, play is paramount to our youngest student's emotional, social, intellectual, and physical development. read more

  • Lower School

    Lower School

    Kindergarten through 6th grade students enjoy music, art, PE, and Spanish resource classes as part of their daily schedule. read more

  • Middle School

    Middle School

    7th and 8th grade students are able to thrive in a supportive, inclusive environment. read more

  • Upper School

    Upper School

    9-12th graders are provided with the skills needed to analyze and consider complex problems in today’s world. read more

News & Events

  • Putting Passion Into Action

    NGFS is featured on the cover of the October/November Guilford County Women's Journal! The article features six students who took service learning into their own hands with initiatives that help those in need and benefit the greater community. Ranging from 3rd - 12th grade, these student's inspiring stories show what it means to truly give back.

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  • The Power of Off: Navigating the Digital World

    Monday, November 27, 7-8:30 p.m.
    Upper School
    2015 Pleasant Ridge Road
    Arts and Athletics Center

     

    Guest speaker Karl Schaefer will discuss how to take control of your attention with a switch in behavior. He will take us through how we got to where we are today, how our humanity can be manipulated by the devices we carry, and outline how we can take steps to regain control of the devices in our lives.

    This event is for NGFS parents and faculty as well as the greater Greensboro and independent school community.

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New Garden Friends School seeks to be an inclusive, innovative educational community guided by Quaker beliefs and committed to honoring and developing each person's gifts.