Thanks to our incredible staff, students, and families, we had a great summer!
From June 19-August 11, we offered popular returning options and new programs for students ages 4-18.
- All eight weeks featured Early Learner courses for four to six-year-olds.
- We were especially excited to introduce courses for high school students, including entrepreneurship, forensic science, filmmaking, social justice activism, and athletic skills/conditioning in volleyball.
If you haven't been part of Summer Programs during the last two years and want to make sure you get notified before registration for 2018 opens in late January or early February, please email me at ExtendedLearning@cfsnc.org.
We aspire to provide programs that spark intellectual curiosity, encourage playful exploration, and help build character. At heart, this is a place of joy!
Our top-notch staff bring a love for children, a dedication to their safety and well-being, and rich personal and professional experience and expertise (in everything from graphic novel creation to molecular and cell biology).
They offer more than 140 courses in a range of areas: creative expression (digital, performing and visual arts), culinary creations, leadership and personal growth, learning explorations, maker discoveries, nature/outdoor adventures, sports fun, and tech wizardry.
Our more than 40 instructors work their magic on our 126-acre campus of fields, woods, and streams.
We know you have choices. Thanks for considering CFS Summer Programs and let us know how we can help. We look forward to welcoming you to summer fun in 2018!
Anthony L. Clay
Director of Extended Learning
Carolina Friends School
4809 Friends School Road, Durham, NC 27705
ExtendedLearning@cfsnc.org / 919.384.9089
We always root Summer Programs in the mission, values, and vision of CFS, now in its 53rd year!
Carolina Friends School is a vibrant and inclusive learning community empowering students to think critically, creatively, and independently. We foster active exploration and quiet reflection, individual endeavor and collaborative engagement. Inspired by Quaker values -- pursuit of truth, respect for all, peaceful resolution of conflict, simplicity, the call to service -- we teach our children that it is possible to change the world.