Tandem Friends School offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum in an environment built on Quaker values. Our students receive an education in which intellectual, ethical, artistic, and athletic ideals are pursued. We foster capable students who value a spiritual, egalitarian, kind, and creative community; thrive on independent, imaginative thought; are fully engaged in learning; and seek the very best from both themselves and their community.

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  • Tandem Friends Best Private School Third Year in a Row

    C-ville Weekly's annual Best of C-Ville publication recently hit the streets with some big news. Tandem Friends School has been voted Best Private School again for the third year in a row! We are delighted and proud, and extend a huge thanks to all who voted for us. Our community knows that our faculty and students and the educational excellence they create together are the best around - but it's nice to see it in print as well. Help us spread the word about the Best Private School in the area! An extra special addition this year - Tandem alum Janey Gioiosa (TFS '11) is featured on the cover of this year's publication!
  • Happy Holidays from Tandem Friends

  • All-Conference Athletes Honored

    The Delaney Athletic Conference announced All-Conference accolades for the fall varsity season, and Tandem Athletics was all over the list. In Cross Country, five Tandem runners earned All-Conference honors: Nathan Stevenson, Noah Tinsley, Luka van der Pluijm, Charlie Kennedy, and Meridith Frazee. In Boys Soccer, First Team honors went to Keegan Brunner, Elie Bashkow, and Josh Warren. In Volleyball, First Team honors went to Ke'alani Sison and Tori Carter-Johnston; Second Team honors went to Maya Goldstein, Elise VanDerLoo, and Kalina Zizulka; Honorable Mention went to Julia Dailey; Doug Brown was named Volleyball Coach of the Year. In addition, our Volleyball team was named regular season and tournament champions in the conference. What a great season for Tandem Friends!

At a Glance

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  • 6:1

    Student to Teacher Ratio
  • 72%

    Faculty with Advanced Degrees
  • Over 2000

    Student Community Service Hours Last Year