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We serve the educational, social, and emotional needs of all of our students whether they are learning in our classrooms or off-campus.

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We take learning outside the classroom.

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Students thrive through our commitment to an inclusive, engaged educational community.

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Dual Enrollment gives students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school.

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NGFS students are musicians, dancers, poets, actors, painters, sculptors, and designers.

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Our concern for students’ social and emotional wellness and growth does not take a back seat to academic endeavors.

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

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  • Head of School Virtual Coffee

    Interested in learning more about NGFS? Join Head of School Kim Freedman, and Head of Middle and Upper School Tanisha Jones, as they share what makes a New Garden Friends School education unique. These sessions are intended for prospective parents. Parents/guardians will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
    REGISTER HERE (required).

    Thursday, April 8, 12 p.m. - Grades 7 & 8
    Thursday, April 15, 5 p.m. - Grades 9-12

  • Getting Started With Admissions

    Are you considering NGFS for your child for the 21-22 school year?

    Get started by contacting our admissions team. In-person tours available by appointment.


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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.