Buckingham Friends School is located in the heart of beautiful central Bucks County, at the intersection of Routes 202 and 263 in Lahaska, Pennsylvania. The campus is shared with Buckingham Monthly Meeting of Friends.
Our distinctive 44-acre campus is an expansive and inspiring setting for learning and play of all sorts, at all grade levels. Approximately 30 acres of the site are wooded, with a series of marked trails, and the terrain slopes down to a pond and freshwater streams. Our students spend time outside every day—socializing at recess, taking physical education classes, engaging in experiential learning… and much more.
In keeping with our value of being stewards of our world, they also take an active role in caring for their campus. The Stewardship Committee, composed of students in grades three through eight, organizes campus recycling and clean up efforts throughout the year.
Directions to BFS
The school entrance is on the right approximately 1/2 mile after the traffic light at Street Road, and just past the intersection with Route 263. There is an additional entrance on Route 263 opposite Caleb’s American Kitchen.
From the intersection of Rts. 202/413/263, continue north on Rt. 202/263 for approximately 1.9 miles. The road becomes three lanes going up the hill approaching the school. The school entrance is on the left just past the top of the hill, directly opposite Hollyberry Square. There is an additional entrance on Route 263 opposite Caleb’s American Kitchen.