The Admissions Process
We are pleased to welcome visitors for campus tours on a limited basis.
On-campus tours with an admissions associate are being offered with social distancing and other health and safety protocols in place. We are committed to maintaining a safe environment for all students, staff, and families.
VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE
Our Head of School and Head of Lower School held virtual sessions in early 2021 for prospective preschool, kindergarten, first through sixth-grade, and middle school parents to learn more about NGFS. These recorded live sessions show what makes a New Garden Friends School education unique.
We know the 21-22 school year will look different, and your child’s school experience is an important one. Learn more about our program, health protocols in place, and other details about what you can expect from NGFS for the 21-22 school year.
Please fill out this form to indicate your preferences for touring the school and Chris or Jennifer will be in touch with you shortly!
- Take a virtual tour of our Guilford Campus (preschool-6th grade), see a campus map, and hear parent testimonials here.
- View more about our Preschool and Lower School programs and our Middle School and Upper School programs..
- Request information or set up a phone call with an admissions associate here.
Contact one of our admissions associates to start the process!
“My oldest son attended NGFS and had an amazing experience! The teachers, the programs, the field trips, are just a part of what makes NGFS a unique place to be. I am very excited to be a part of this wonderful community.”
“I came to know and love NGFS and the Quaker community when my brother enrolled in the Lower School. I was drawn to the inclusiveness, sense of community, and importance placed upon equality that were evidenced at the school and New Garden Friends Meeting. Now, my daughter has attended NGFS since first grade. It has been a pleasure to be a parent here, and I am thrilled to further support the mission of NGFS as part of the Upper School community."