Read how a group of our students experimented with mobile canvassing technology to get out the vote, thanks to partnerships with tech firms.
As a part of the upper school service learning curriculum, students can choose to be a Computer Lab TA and engage in a wide variety of tasks such as assisting other students in the computer labs, installing software, and troubleshooting and repairing computers.
Lower Schoolers in Mountain and Forest Class participate in an exciting collaborative art and dance project with dance teacher Annie and art teacher Natasha.
The Summer Programs has released its 2014 workshop offerings on line at www.cfsnc.org/summer. There are over 70 workshops for ages 4 to 15 ranging from Designing Your Own Dragon to Weaving & Beyond.
CFS is hosting an unprecedented visit by Shan Cretin, the General Secretary of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning American Friends Service Committee, who'll talk about "Fostering Leadership for Social Change" and highlight this Quaker organization's international humanitarian work.
Please join us on the CFS main campus for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Monday, January 20th at 10:30 am. The all-school art and weaving project will be on display.