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“Whenever someone asks me to describe my daughter’s school, I can answer easily in just one word. Community.”

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

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We take learning outside the classroom.

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

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

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“If a student has the drive and discipline to participate in athletics, we will work with that student to develop his or her talent."

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

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Experience NGFS

  • Re-Entry Plan for 20-21

    Re-Entry Plan for 20-21

    A Scenario Planning Task Force is developing a plan that allows for flexibility, transparency, and prioritizes the health and safety of our community. read more

  • Take a Virtual Tour

    Take a Virtual Tour

    Interested in our preschool-6th grade program? Take a virtual tour, learn about our program, see our facilities, and hear parent testimonials. 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

  • Summer Camp Update

    After considering the current safety restrictions put in place for day camps to operate, we have determined that the safest course of action for our staff, campers, and families is to cancel in-person camps for the weeks of June 15-19, June 22-26, and June 29-July 3. This is a rapidly changing landscape: we will continue to monitor the evolving situation and make a decision by July 3 about the rest of the summer.

  • Getting Started With Admissions

    Are you considering NGFS for your child for the 20-21 school year?

    Get started by contacting our admissions team. Virtual tours, Zoom meetings with teachers and division directors, and digital materials are available resources for prospective parents.

     

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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.

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