Delaware Valley Friends School is a private, independent Quaker college preparatory school in Paoli, Pennsylvania, serving students grades 3-12 with learning differences, and a national leader in the field of educating students with reading (dyslexia),writing (dysgraphia), math (dyscalculia), memory (long-term and working), processing speed, executive function disorders, ADHD, and other learning differences. Students at Delaware Valley Friends School are not defined by their learning difference. Instead, our teaching styles are defined by our students. Since 1987, Delaware Valley Friends has been a national leader in the field of teaching students with learning differences. Delaware Valley Friends employs research-based instructional techniques and innovative technologies to help students build the skills they will need to become life-long learners. We offer a full array of arts, athletics, and extracurricular opportunities and an outstanding adventure learning program for a well-rounded educational experience. Delaware Valley Friends is known for small classes, individual attention, and a supportive community based on Quaker values that honors differences and builds students' confidence that they can succeed in school and beyond. On average, 98% of graduates go on to college and university level studies. Located in Paoli, Pa., the school serves students from across the extended Delaware Valley region, including Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
Video created entirely by DVFS alumni and students.
Video credits: Production by MonzoMedia/Joe Monzo (DVFS Class of 2009); Drone footage by Tyler Bryant Designs (DVFS Class of 2011); Original music by Christine Scolari (DVFS Class of 2018)