Church Farm School fosters learning in a supportive and challenging environment. Courses are rigorous and there is a lot of student-teacher involvement. The school is committed to educating well rounded young men who will one day be productive global citizens. In addition to school work students must participate in at least one extracurricular activity per term. The students learn the value of hard work and are expected to take care of themselves and their campus and example is shoveling snow on East Lincoln Highway after heavy falling. Student financial aid is also generous if the family has a demonstrated need. Overall this is a great school. Perhaps the housing could improve; however housing is perfectly adequate. This is a great school with staff and administration that is attentive to family and supportive of student education.
The Church Farm School is a private high school in Paoli. The principal of The Church Farm School is The Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill ll Head of School. 195 children attend The Church Farm School and identify as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. The student to teacher ratio at The Church Farm School is 6:1. Great Valley High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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Great School Christian values great morals respect along with friendly efficient family oriented I could not have chosen a better school for my son.
This school has been a God send for my son. He has received an excellent education. I would recommend it for any boy. The teachers and administration are wonderful caring people who help produce responsible polite young men. Send your boys to this school and you will never be sorry.