Admissions Visit and Events

 

We Invite You to Take a Virtual Tour 

Tour our school, meet members of our community, and have your questions answered at an upcoming Virtual Open House Event. 

Email or call to set up your visit: admissions@quakerschool.org or 215.674.2875

TQS School and Community Happenings

*Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home state order, our Open House events and 4th Annual Children with Complex Challenges Conference will be held virtually.  All other listed events have been cancelled.*

Throughout the school year, The Quaker School at Horsham hosts various events ranging from our annual Back-to-School Cookout to our Annual Children with Complex Challenges Conference. All events are held at our school, free, and open to members of both the TQS community and our greater Delaware Valley community.

We hope to see you at one or all of these upcoming virtual events.

Upcoming Events

Annual Events

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School Anxiety + Children: Post-Shutdown Tips for Parents
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Alex Brosowsky

If your child suffered from school anxiety prior to the pandemic shutdown, chances are high that this extended school break exacerbated the issue. Yet even if your child never experienced school avoidance before, the uncertainty of the past few months and the dire news cycle to which they’ve been exposed may have created new anxious feelings. 

While school anxiety and avoidance are very common, especially in children with complex challenges and learning differences, it can be both frustrating and emotional to help a child overcome these fears. 

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How to Help Teens with ADHD Tackle Homework
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“Have you finished your homework?” 

As any parent of a teenager knows, there is no question in the parenting repertoire that can elicit such extreme responses as this one. From an elated “Yes!” to an angry “Ugh, I will!” to ... total silence … homework can be a polarizing topic in any household. However, homework is a routine and necessary part of every student’s education. 

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