Lower School Friends

After BFS

 

Many of our alumni describe their years at BFS as the best. They found learning here to be both fun and vigorous. Their relationships with teachers and classmates endure over the years, often for a lifetime.

Alumni help with many schoolwide events and are frequent visitors to campus. They serve on the school board and committees while supporting the school with gifts to the Annual Fund, Capital Campaigns, and Endowments.

Portrait of A BFS Student... Class of 2019

 

Successful BFS Students:                                                                              

  • have a strong sense of self
  • know their own strengths and weaknesses
  • express their ideas, opinions and perceptions
  • offer insights about their actions
  • ask for help when needed
  • are kind-hearted
  • exhibit patience, compassion, tolerance and integrity
  • express an appreciation of others 
  • are motivated and engaged learners and leaders
  • are resourceful, reflective and naturally curious
  • are globally engaged
 

Where Do Our Graduates Go After BFS?

 

Graduates of Buckingham Friends School are well prepared for the world that awaits them after they leave our campus. Because of the strong educational foundation they receive here, they are accepted into some of the finest secondary schools in the country.  

 

Abington Friends School Portrait of a BFS Student

Blair Academy

Choate Rosemary Hall

George School

Germantown Friends School

Germantown Academy

The Hill School

The Hun School of Princeton 

Lawrenceville School 

Peddie School

Pennington School

Princeton Day School

Solebury School

Westtown School 

 

After High School, our alums move on to some of the best colleges in the country.  Here is a sampling of schools our recent grads have attended.

 

American University BFS Students Working

Amherst University

Barnard College

Boston College

Brandeis University

Brown University

Clemson Univerisity

Columbia University

Cornell University

Dartmouth College

Dickenson College

Drexel University

Duke University

Georgetown University

Gettysburg College

Haverford College

Lafayette College

Lehigh University

Lewis and Clark College

New York University

Northwestern University

Old Dominion University

University of Miami

University of Pennsylvania

University of Richmond

Wake Forest University

Washington and Jefferson College