Founded in 1932
Progressive education
150 students ages 3-12 in nursery - 6th grade
11-acre wooded campus
35% people of color, 50% female
85% of grads go on to independent schools, 15% go on to public schools
students come from 33 zip codes
$840,000 financial aid awarded annually

At Miquon, we guide children to become creative and compassionate people who change the world.

Our priority deadline for applications for the 2024-25 school year is Friday, December 8th. Apply today! Request more information.



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Please consider making a tax deductible gift by December 31. Visit Help us keep the magic strong for all of our Miquon kids! Thank you! #foreveramiquonkid #themiquonschool
This year, Miquon sent six staff members to St. Louis for the 2023 NAIS People of Color Conference, including Head of School Geetha Holdsworth who made it on stage for the PoCC Heads' Summit! We encourage you to watch the video highlights  of the important work done at this annual event. It is inspiring! You can find it here: #themiquonschool #proudtobemiquon #naispocc2023
Last chance to register for tomorrow night's Alumni Panel: Here’s what last year’s panelists had to say: Fueled my curiosity and passion for learning; taught me to do a thorough and deep dive; drove my passion for science; made me a leader; gave me an understanding of the value of community and importance of each person in creating a whole.
Every year, our Annual Giving Campaign helps support the entire school, from teacher salaries and classroom supplies to campus maintenance and so much more. Your contribution of any amount helps us to meet those budgetary needs �and ensure the Miquon experience for the next generation. If you have already made a gift this year, thank you so much! We deeply appreciate your support! If not, please consider including Miquon in your #GivingTuesday philanthropy. Visit  #themiquonschool #proudtobemiquon #foreveramiquonkid
Happy Thanksgiving! On this day, we like to reiterate our acknowledgement that the land upon which we gather is part of the traditional territory of the Lenape. We also encourage our community to support the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania in their efforts for state recognition. Learn more at
We asked "why Miquon"? Board member and current parent Keshia M responded "Why not Miquon? My heart and my mind wishes every child could experience Miquon." #proudtobemiquon #themiquonschool
Last week in art class, our 3rd and 4th grade children created cards for the organization #caringforfriends which will be included with food deliveries to seniors and families in the Greater Philadelphia area. The children did a great job sharing positivity, kindness, and artistry through their artwork. #childrenlearnbydoing #proudtobemiquon #themiquonschool