The Church Farm School prepares a diverse group of boys in grades 9-12 with academic ability and good character to lead productive and fulfilling lives by making a college preparatory education financially accessible.

Those We Serve

  • We seek boys for whom a Church Farm School education represents an extraordinary opportunity.
  • We offer opportunities to boys of ability and promise who are working to achieve their full potential.
  • We intentionally provide significant financial aid in order to welcome students from a wide range of economic circumstances.
  • We embrace our unique ethnic, geographic and socio-economic diversity.
  • We serve boys from a variety of family situations, particularly those with a single parent.

Our Community

  • We are a Christian community in the Episcopal tradition, one that welcomes students from many different faiths and traditions.
  • We retain our commitment to single-sex education for boys.
  • We seek to integrate a number of day students into our close-knit residential community.

Our Education

  • We provide a rigorous, college-preparatory education in small classes.
  • We aim to educate the whole person (academics, service, athletics, the arts and extracurricular activities.)

Our Values

  • Our core values include: respect, integrity, responsibility and brotherhood.
  • We encourage leadership and service to others.
  • While the Church Farm School is no longer directly involved with farming, we seek new ways to connect with our land.
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Phone: 610.363.7500 | Fax: 610.363.5367 | Admissions:
The Church Farm School is an independent boarding and day school for boys in grades 9-12 located in Exton, PA. Founded in 1918 to provide an excellent education to young men from limited means, Church Farm School now serves boys from a range of socio-economic circumstances who are seeking an extraordinary educational opportunity. The school offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum and an exceptional level of personal attention, with class sizes averaging between just 7 and 12 students.