Church Farm School selects new Interim Director of Admission
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 QuestBridge Scholar (attending Princeton University) and a Gates Millennium Scholar (attending Swarthmore College).
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