Sandy Spring Friends School (SSFS) is a pre-co-ed college preparatory day school with optional five and seven day boarding programs in the Upper School. Founded in Quaker community of Sandy Spring in the heart of Montgomery County, Maryland. The school offers strong academics, arts, and athletic programs, including Advanced Placement courses in the Upper School, and an emphasis on traditional Quaker values. SSFS has recently built 3 new buildings: a new middle school, a new gym, and a new performing arts center.

School paper Edit

The Gnus is a paper run by the school. The Gnus has changed every year with the high school students running it. In 2005, The Gnus announced that it would go to a new publishing format. Large issues would be published only four times a year; however, a weekly edition would be posted in public places around the school campus (for example, in bathroom stalls) for the convenience of students and faculty.

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