Located three miles north of Philadelphia, the woods, playground, and fields of our eleven-acre campus serve as a living laboratory for exploration and creative discovery in all aspects of the curriculum. Our youngest students through Sixth Grade learn and play within the nine buildings across the campus including a gym and all-purpose room, art studio, library, science lab, and music room, and make full use of the outdoor spaces including an outdoor classroom, bee hives, student-tended gardens, composting system, and areas for fort-making, kickball, and capture the flag games. Students and faculty practice regular stewardship jobs for care of the campus, and the entire School and Meeting community come together for an annual Leaf-Raking Day and soup lunch.

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Facilities Rentals

Since 2003, the Steinbright Multipurpose Building has provided space for Plymouth Meeting Friends School to hold physical education classes, musicals, PTO events, the fourth grade circus, all-school assemblies, Back-to-School Night, holiday programs, alumni events, reunions, and more. In addition to school-related activities, the Steinbright Multipurpose Building is available for rental to individuals, non-profit organizations, and corporations. The facility can accommodate small groups as well as larger gatherings of up to 250 people.

Once through the foyer, you will find yourself in the Corson Lobby, a space that is ideal for greeting guests, serving food and beverages, or simply relaxing in the comfortably furnished seating area. This space can also be set up with seating for smaller parties of approximately twenty people. Adjacent to the Lobby is a full kitchen, complete with range and cooktop, refrigerator, dishwasher, select appliances, and space for preparing food.

For rental rate information, to arrange a visit, or to book the Steinbright Multipurpose Building, please email kellyt@pmfs1780.org or call 610.828.2288

Special Events Parking

Where you can park on campus*

  • In the lot outside the Music/Administration building
  • In the upper lot
  • On the blacktop if someone directs you there
  • *For select events, the lower lot may be reserved for those with special needs

Where you cannot park on campus

  • Blocking bus & emergency vehicle passage through the upper lot
  • Along the lower campus entrance or blocking the fire lane adjacent to the Emerson Building
  • Wherever you find orange cones

Where you can park off-campus

  • In the Blue Ridge Road neighborhood (exit Journey’s End onto Butler, then take 1st right on Blue Ridge Road)
  • At the Meetinghouse Business Center (after business hours only)
  • On Black Walnut Lane (off Spring Mill Road)

Where you cannot park off-campus

  • On Spring Mill Road, Butler Pike, or Germantown Pike (Police will ticket cars parked on Spring Mill Road)
  • Blocking any driveway in the Blue Ridge neighborhood