Church Farm School’s Annual Gala a Can’t-Miss Event That Raises Scholarship Money

The Church Farm School Choir, which performed at Carnegie Hall last spring, will entertain guests at the school's fourth annual Gala.

Church Farm School – a private, college-prep, boarding and day school in Exton that offers more than $5 million in financial aid annually to more than 90 percent of its student body – is holding its fourth Gala on Friday, May 12 at the Phoenixville Foundry.

The jazz-themed fundraiser will feature a live jazz ensemble, a cocktail reception and dinner by J. Scott Catering, a live auction, and a performance by the incredible CFS Choir, which performed at Carnegie Hall last spring.

Leadership sponsors for the event include Argosy Capital, Hankin Group, and chairpersons Mary and Bruce Wilson of Wayne.

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Since 1918, CFS’s mission has been to provide underprivileged young men with the opportunity to pursue a private school education at a reasonable cost. This mission is achieved through a strong endowment and incredibly generous philanthropic community.

For the past seven years, 100 percent of CFS graduates have been accepted to leading colleges and universities. Members of the Class of 2017, many of whom will be at the Gala, will be attending schools such as Yale, Brown, Lehigh, and Villanova.

Sponsorships, donations, and ticket purchases can all be made directly online by clicking here or by contacting the school at or 610-363-5333. Watch highlights from last year’s Gala at Longwood Gardens below.

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