Scholarships

Help a Student Today and in the Future

When George Rowe and Beverly Morgan co-founded TQS in 1982, they were committed to offering a school where students would not only fit in but thrive within the context of Quaker values. Today their hope and excitement for TQS has grown into a widely recognized and acclaimed school where students with complex learning challenges are not onl welcome, but appreciated.

 

Bev Morgan Financial Aid Fund

The Bev Morgan Financial Aid Fund provides financial aid on a yearly basis to families who have needs beyond the aid the school is able to provide.  All gifts to this fund are distributed in the year in which they were received to enrolled students and families who meet the financial aid requirements.  Gifts to this fund have an immediate impact on our current students.

George Rowe Scholarship Endowment Fund

The interest and dividend earnings, derived from the capital investments, provides financial assistance to families with demonstrated need.  The gifts to the George Rowe Scholarship Endowment Fund are invested and carefully and fiducially managed to ensure the original funds grow over time.  Gifts to this fund will have a lasting impact on future students. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Upcoming Events

Welcome back to school and various colored pencils

Welcome (or, welcome back) to The Quaker School at Horsham! As we open our doors for the 40th year of our school’s existence, I find myself reflecting on how much this welcome actually means to our students and families. 

For 40 years, students have left schools that did not appreciate their gifts, and TQS has accepted their presence with pleasure in order to help them grow and thrive. For 40 years, our students have been greeted hospitably by loving and highly-skilled teachers as they stepped off the bus on the first day of school. For 40 years, children with complex challenges have been finding community, friendship, fun, hope, and bright futures on our welcoming campus.

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Introducing our New Faculty Members for the 22-23 School year

While much has changed since The Quaker School opened our doors four decades ago (beyond the shoulder-padded fashions and the transition from blackboard to smart devices!), one thing has remained constant: 

For 40 years, TQS has started each school year by welcoming new students and faculty into our halls. Each year, these new additions make our community, and our mission, stronger. This year is no exception. 

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