We actively partner with organizations who believe in empowering children to thrive and be successful for what’s next in their lives and that together we can build a better, more just world.
From our connection to an American Friends Service Committee summer work camp in 1969 to our many current community partners, we have joined forces with a variety of groups, nonprofits, and ministries to advance equity and support our students in learning and living with purpose.
- American Dance Festival
- Biwa Consulting
- Book Harvest
- Duke Campus Farm
- Durham Nativity School
- Episcopal Farmworker Ministry
- Friends Committee on National Legislation
- Green School Alliance
- Habitat for Humanity
- Hill Center
- Huafa Education Group (China)
- Orange Congregations in Mission
- Race Equity Institute
- SADABE (Tsinjoarivo, Madagascar)
- Scrap Exchange
- Sister Cities of Durham (Bridge exchange program)
- Student U
- Urban Ministries of Durham
- Village of Wisdom
Educational Training Partners
- Duke University
- Meredith College
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Afghan Sisters Schools Partnership (ASSP) is a long-term service learning and peace education project rooted in the belief that peace and education are the rights of children everywhere.
Led by teachers for teachers, Peaceful Schools NC is a school climate initiative of Carolina Friends School. Since 2009, Peaceful Schools NC has offered support for schools, professional development workshops for teachers and school leaders, and programming for students.