Our Signature Programs make it possible for students to engage in a variety of challenging academic and co-curricular programs to explore their interests and passions. Our students thrive in a culture of participation. Through their experiences on the playing fields and stages, in the studios and through their clubs and activities, students discover their passions and an affinity of like-minded peers.
At Friends School, our schedule is deliberately designed to guide you out of the safe lane of your own familiar interests. We don't just make it possible for you to discover and explore, we require it!
At Friends School, students don't have to wait until they graduate to work with collegiate-level thought leaders.
Our groundbreaking Student Diversity Practitioner course is the only one of its kind in the Baltimore metro area.
The Scholars Certificate Program at Friends School of Baltimore provides students with the opportunity to explore an area of academic interest in ways that extend beyond the traditional bounds of any single course of study or academic department.
The William Penn Fellows are a group of Juniors and Seniors who are leaders in our work for social justice and civic engagement in Baltimore at Friends.
Inspired is working to build a culture of responsible dialogue on campus that will both model best practices for building and sustaining community as well as prepare the School for fuller engagement in wider civic conversations.
The Christopher O’Neil Peer Education Program invites selected high school students to present lessons to younger students on how to make healthy choices and discuss physical and emotional well-being.