Scarlet & Gray Day | Rivalry Day

Scarlet & Gray Day is October 14, 2023. Come out in your FSB gear and show your Friends School spirit!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Scarlet & Gray Day | Rivalry Day will go on rain or shine, but unfortunately the weather forecast is looking dreary. The planning committee has been, and will continue, monitoring the weather. With the prediction calling for rain, the committee has decided to move the carnival activities indoors to the New Gym and the Middle School Lobby. The Pickleball Tournament is now canceled. Check for weather updates prior to the event, and take note of changes to the Athletic Games Schedule.

Organized by the Athletic Department, Parents Association, and Development Office, Scarlet & Gray Day brings our whole Friends School community together to enjoy a full day of athletics, spirit, and fun. Bring the family to cheer on our athletic teams, and enjoy the carnival, field games, live music, and great food! This year is the 25th anniversary of Scarlet & Gray Day AND Rivalry Day when we play Park School for many of our games - it is a Friends School tradition you don’t want to miss!

Many parent volunteers are needed to make this day a great success. The first 15 volunteers to sign up will receive 10 free carnival tickets (a $10 value).  All volunteers signing up will be put into a random drawing to receive a free Scarlet and Gray Day t-shirt (10 shirts to be given out). Click the button below to sign up.

Volunteer for Scarlet & gray Day

Athletic Game Schedule

8:00 a.m. Soccer, IAAM MS vs. Park – Field 6: Deering Field
9:00 a.m.

Field Hockey, IAAM MS vs. Park – Field 5: Deering Field

9:00 a.m. Tennis, IAAM Varsity vs. Park – Tennis Courts
10:00 a.m. 

Field Hockey, IAAM Varsity vs. Park – Field 5: Deering Field

11:00 a.m.

Soccer, MIAA MS vs. Park – Field 3: Deering Field

12:15 p.m.

Soccer, MIAA Junior Varsity vs. Park – Field 6: Deering Field

12:45 p.m.

Volleyball, IAAM Varsity vs. Park – Old Gym

1:30 p.m.

Soccer, MIAA Varsity vs. Park – Field 6: Deering Field

2:00 p.m.

Volleyball, MIAA Varsity vs. Gilman JV – Old Gym

3:00 p.m.

Soccer, IAAM Varsity vs. Park – Field 6: Deering Field

*Changes to the Athletic Game Schedule have been made due to the forecasted rain*

IAAM - Female and Non-Binary Identifying Athletes
MIAA - Male and Non-Binary Identifying Athletes

The athletic schedule is also available on the Friends School website calendar. 

Events for the Whole Family

Family Carnival
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Tickets will be on sale for $1 each (or 25 for $20).
Featuring games, crafts, a moon bounce, and more, community members of all ages love the carnival!
Sponsored by the Friends School Parents Association (FSPA).


Live Music
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Friends School students will perform live music of all genres, featuring rock, acoustic, and vocal ensembles by on-campus groups (music groups and schedule to be announced).

Student Fundraising
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Come out and support the 5th-grade bake sale and the 8th-grade lemon stick sale, as well as Upper School student-run clubs and programs such as Habitat for Humanity, Soccer without Borders, and many more.

Spirit Wear
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Buy Friends School garb at the Quaker Closet, located below the Dining Hall.

Spirit Gear Giveaway
The FSPA will be giving out free spirit gear for all students to wear to the Pep Rally on Friday, October 13th, and to wear to Scarlet and Gray Day. Let’s show our great school spirit; we are Quaker Nation! 

Community Support
Friend School of Baltimore will be collecting used and new sports equipment for Level the Playing Field / LPF during Spirit Week (October 9-14) culminating at Scarlet & Gray Day on October 14! We will have LPF collections boxes located in the Lobby of the athletic center all week so feel free to bring sports gear and fill the boxes and help us create “a world with no sideline!”

LPF Mission - LPF redistributes equipment to expand access and equity within youth sports and recreation programs in under-resourced communities.
LPF Vision - A world with no sidelines.
LPF History - Leveling the Playing Field was founded in 2013 in response to the growing inequity between those that can afford to play sports and those that cannot, and the prominent role the cost of sporting goods was playing in that gap. After working in youth sports, college athletics and professional football, our founder, Max Levitt, realized the volume of equipment that goes to waste from elementary school aged kids all the way up to our professional sports franchises.  In response, he decided to develop essentially a food bank for sports equipment. 

Food and Drinks

Quaker Snack Shack
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Located on the fields below the tennis courts, the Snack Shack offers a variety of snacks and beverages.

Lunch Options
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Lunch will be offered through Brock, located next to the gym entrance.

Kona Ice
12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Stop by for a cold treat!

Water stations will be available at multiple locations on campus. Bring your own reusable water bottle to fill up and stay hydrated! Reusable cups will be available for purchase from the FSPA, along with several choices in the Quaker Closet. 


All campus guests may park in any available space on campus or in the Lawndale parking lot next to the Roland Park Pool.  All parking is first come, first served.

The Lawndale parking lot is located off Wyndhurst Avenue. Turn onto Lawndale and follow the road back toward the swimming pool. A path along the swimming pool leads directly onto the Friends School athletic fields.

WEATHER NOTE: In the event of inclement weather, please watch for areas of flooding in the Lawndale parking lot and along Stony Run Creek. Please obey signs and traffic cones if flooding occurs.