Church Farm School selects new In­terim Di­rec­tor of Ad­mis­sion

Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) - - COMMUNITY -

EX­TON >> Church Farm School, a pri­vate board­ing and day school for boys in grades 9-12 based in Ex­ton, an­nounced the hir­ing of Michael Foster as in­terim di­rec­tor of ad­mis­sion. In this role, Foster will work with the school’s Ad­mis­sion team and ad­min­is­tra­tion to ad­vance its 99-yearold mis­sion of pro­vid­ing boys of “abil­ity and prom­ise” with sub­stan­tial fi­nan­cial ac­cess to its col­lege prepara­tory ed­u­ca­tion. Foster most re­cently was at the Hoosac School, where he served as di­rec­tor of Ad­mis­sion and Fi­nan­cial Aid and dean of Stu­dent Life.

“Mr. Foster has truly en­joyed the lead­er­ship and ad­min­is­tra­tive roles he has taken on in other schools and we know he will hit the ground run­ning at CFS, with able sup­port from the ad­mis­sion of­fice and nu­mer­ous other fac­ulty, staff and stu­dents who have been in­stru­men­tal in bring­ing the best and bright­est young men to Church Farm School,” said Head of School The Rev. Ed­mund K. Sher­rill II

“I’m ex­cited to join a col­lege prepara­tory school with such a worth­while and mean­ing­ful mis­sion,” added Foster.

For the past six years, 100 per­cent of Church Farm School stu­dents have been ac­cepted to four-year col­leges and uni­ver­si­ties, many with sub­stan­tial schol­ar­ships. In 2015, the school had both a Quest Bridge Scholar (at­tend­ing Prince­ton Univer­sity) and a Gates Mil­len­nium Scholar (at­tend­ing Swarth­more Col­lege).

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.gocfs.net.

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