Monteverde friends School
K-12 Quaker education for local and international students in Monteverde, Costa Rica.
“Surrounded by Nature, Supported by Love”
Nestled in the cloud forest community of Monteverde, Costa Rica, the Monteverde Friends School was founded over 60 years ago by Quakers who left the United States in search of a country and community that supported their peaceful principles. Today, our school continues to promote the universal values of peace, love, and respect in the context of a challenging bilingual education and a sense of community.
2020-2021 Notes about Application English Español English The Monteverde Friends School is NOT accepting new applications for primary school. We are full, with a waiting list. If you would like us to add your name to the waiting list, please fill this form or email your name and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org, and then Yuri will be […]Read More
"The natural beauty and sense of community at MFS are unparalleled. It is a place that will never truly leave you, and from which you will never stop learning. Plus, where else is gym class a hike through the rain forest, history class interrupted by monkeys, or a family formed among strangers in two languages?"
former International Student
Student Journalists Offer Firsthand Insight into Online Education By: Daniel Tyx For their final project of the semester, students in our English 9/10 class produced their own online newspapers. It was the capstone of a unit on nonfiction writing in which we read and reflected on a series of newspaper articles from the New York […]Read More
More than four million people participated worldwide in the September climate action. Some 350 of them were here in Monteverde. Although Monteverde is a small town, a journalist who covered the event for a San Jose newspaper told me that it was the largest such action in all of Costa Rica.Read More
Virtual Poetry By: Daniel Tyx Like schools all over the world, MFS made the transition to online school for the last quarter due to the coronavirus. It was a difficult time for everyone, as we found ourselves learning and teaching in front of computer screens, instead of surrounded by our community of friends, teachers, students, […]Read More