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Our Alumni Are Our Pride

We are proud of all the students that come through our doors,  from the first class of 1902 to our active learners today. We would love to hear from you!  Please let us know what you are doing.




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Leigh Senderowicz '97
Leigh Gabrielle Senderwicz '97 | 1997

Leigh Gabrielle Senderowicz has been nominated for the 120 under 40, which is geared towards celebrating young champions of Family Planning (40 years old or younger).

She is passionate about the family planning course. With extra work in Cameroun and Burkina-Faso, she was nominated because of her research on innovative measurement of women-centeredness in family planning.

Cameron Hilaire '05
Cameron Hilaire | 2005

Cameron visited the school today (11/30/16) and brought a smile to all of our faces.  "From being a munchkin walking through these halls, to reminiscing about Teacher Al throwing super-bouncy balls. This is what has made me the kind soul I am. As a musician/producer, it is important to accept differences in the world.  LFS taught me that." 

Jenna Pilkington | 1997

Jenna earned her Masters of Education from West Chester University and is now a Lead Teacher in a Pottstown Pre-K Counts program.

Gia Matika | 2012

Gia Matika traveled to Brooklyn, NY last week with five other students to represent Friends Central School at the 2017 Quaker Youth Leadership Conference held at Brooklyn Friends School. The theme this year was Bridging Communities. Close to 200 students participated in workshops, activities and listened to guest speaker, Niyonu Spann. The best way to bring different communities together is to learn about people who have had different experiences and about their communities in order to foster a healthy curiosity for unfamiliar cultures, celebrate differences and help bridge the gap!( 2/17)

Gia Matika spent three weeks in Peru this summer with classmates from Friends Central School!  During the trip students stay with a host Peruvian family for two weeks. They also volunteer daily for two hours in a clinic for children with disabilities. In addition, they attend Spanish classes for four hours everyday. In the last four days of the trip, the group hikes the Inca trail and they stay in campsites and rustic conditions.(6/18) 

Jayquan Fears
Jayquan Fears | 2011

Jayquan visited LFS today (12/5/16 ) and was greeted warmly by teachers and students.  Jayquan is now a junior at Academy Park.

Tamsie Kane Hughes | 1963

"I am an attorney in Noth Carolina, married with two grown children and one grandson.  I support your approach to education."

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Leon McKenzie | 1984

Leon McKenzie, president of Sure Sports Lending, attended LFS from 1978-1984 and remains passionate about LFS.  He credits the school for shaping his continued learning experiences through our "philosophies of faith in the integrity of each child, respect for the individual, and the community."  Leon started the McKenzie Promising Fututes Fund for LFS which provides tuition grants to students in grades three through six.  The entire school community looks forward to visits with Leon and his wife, Joleen, pictured here with John McKinstry.

Osareme Ekhator '05
Osareme Ekhator | 2005

Trs. Regina and Susie enjoyed seeing Osa on a recent visit to LFS.  Osa is now working at Lincoln Financial Group. 

Jay Ogilvie | 1992

Jay serves as Facilities Manager at Philadelphia Business Techonology Center.   

2005 Catching Up
Gabe Cloutier West '05, Dillon Reyes '05, Alec Sena '05 | 2005

Dillon Reyes, Alec Sena, and Gabe Cloutier West enjoyed catching up at the Reading Terminal this weekend.  7/2016 

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