Westampton Friends collection
Scope and Contents
This collection contains the administrative minutes and records, financial records, publications, and media of Friends Academy of Westampton, formerly Rancocas Friends School, spanning the years 1984-2016.
- Friends Academy (Westampton, NJ) (Organization)
The collection is open for research use. Access to certain materials is restricted until 2043. Please see folder level description for restrictions.
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Friends Academy of Westampton was founded as a private Quaker school in 1983 in Westampton, New Jersey. Formerly incorporated as Rancocas Friends School, Friends Academy of Westampton served approximately 185 students in pre-school through 8th grade classrooms. Until 2004, the school was housed in a wing of a local Methodist church. In 2004, construction was completed on a 15 acre campus with three buildings and a separate gymnasium. The school announced its closure in 2016, citing low enrollment numbers.
4.58 Linear Feet (9 boxes)
This collection contains the administrative minutes and records, financial records, publications, and media of Friends Academy of Westampton, formerly known as Rancocas Friends School, in New Jersey, spanning the years 1984-2016. The collection includes documents relating to the administration and finances of the school, including documents regarding the closing of the school in 2016, and documents relating to the day to day affairs of the school, including student and teacher handbooks, class directories and photos, school event pamphlets, and yearbooks.
This collection is arranged in three series, Administrative Documents, Financial Documents, and Media.
Processed by Alexandra Stern; completed October, 2018.
- Westampton Friends collection, 1900-2017
- Alexandra Stern
- October, 2018
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