Church Farm School is a private boys’ school for grades 7-12 located in rural Exton, PA. Episcopalian reverend Dr. Charles W. Shreiner founded the school in 1918. The school is still associated with the Church, and an Episcopal Chaplain leads mandatory chapel services.
Church Farm School is competitive in academics and athletics. The school offers college preparatory courses such as Advanced Placement, and it participates in the Bicentennial Athletic League as well as in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association. Church Farm School is also known for its excellence in music and art and provides a wide variety of these courses to choose from.
Church Farm School is open to both boarding students and day students, although the boarding students make up the majority of the student body. Young men from all relgious backgrounds are welcome to apply for admission