Education for a Sustainable Future
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edited 5/2/14

A multicultural, non-sectarian, environmentally concerned learning community in the Quaker tradition, Olney Friends School has a global student body whose graduates are well-prepared for and accepted at esteemed colleges and universities.
Art Institute of Boston
Bates College
Beloit College
Bennington College
Bocconi University (Italy)
Boston College
Brandeis University
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western University
Catawba College
College of the Atlantic
College for Creative Studies
Drexel University
Earlham College
Elon University
Eugene Lang College
Evergreen State College
Fordham University
Franklin Pierce
George Washington U
Gettysburg College
Goucher University
Goshen College
Green Mountain College
Grinnell College
Guilford College
Hanover College
Haverford College
Hiram College
Illinois State University
Indiana University
Lake Erie College
Lewis and Clark
Lynchburg College
Macalester College
Marietta College
Mills College
Muskingum College
New England College
Oberlin College
Ohio University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Northlands College
Pace University
Purdue University
Reed College
Rochester Institute of Technology
St. Mary's College of Maryland
School of Visual Arts - NYC
Seattle University
Seton Hill University
Tufts University
Univ. of Cincinnati
Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
Univ. of Hawaii
Univ. of Illinois, Urbana
Univ. of Maine
University of NC, Asheville
University of Tulsa
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Vassar College
Warren Wilson College
Wheaton College
Wilson College
Wittenberg College

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Students describe their Olney experiences:

"Classes explore topics in great detail."

"There is a lot of thinking and writing, both making you go beyond your comfort zone and stretching your limits."

"... teachers push us to do our individual best rather than scare us into fitting the mold of 'good student' "

"... the community is accepting and non-judgmental."





Olney students think of their school in these terms:

Free Thinking, Close-knit, Unique, Challenging, Safe, Community, Home



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