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Lower School Classes “Adopt” Varsity Sports Teams


This fall, a few Lower School classes have “adopted” a varsity sports team. Throughout the fall season, the Lower School students will get to know and follow the athletic progress of the Upper School members of the Girls’ Tennis, Field Hockey, Girls’ Soccer, Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ Cross Country, and Boys’ Cross Country teams. Lisa Martin’s… Read More

September 23, 2016

New Faculty Spotlight: Sarah Moser, MS/US Science Teacher


Sarah Moser arrives at Moorestown Friends this year as a Middle and Upper School Science Teacher. She will be teaching sixth grade Earth Science, eighth grade Biology, and ninth grade Biology, and serving as a Middle School Advisor. Upon graduating with a B.A. in cognitive science and business German from Northwestern University, Sarah traveled on… Read More

September 23, 2016

Student Named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist


Alex Horn ’17 was recently named a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. This academic honor is designated on a state-representational basis and indicates that Alex was one of the highest scoring students in the state of New Jersey, proportional to the state’s percentage of the national total of graduating high school seniors. Alex is part of… Read More

September 22, 2016

New Staff Spotlight: Julie Lyons, US Counselor


Moorestown Friends welcomes Julie Lyons as the Upper School Counselor. In addition to her work at MFS, she will also teach as an adjunct professor at Camden County College. Julie grew up in Bucks County and is returning to the area after serving as a middle and elementary school counselor for many years in a… Read More

September 20, 2016

New Faculty Spotlight: Dan Sussman, Upper School English Teacher


The Upper School is pleased to welcome Dan Sussman as a new English Teacher. He will teach sections of the 10th grade curriculum as well as electives studying Jewish literature and literature of the American South. Dan attended Moravian Academy in Bethlehem, PA for high school and earned his B.A. in American Studies from Yale… Read More

September 20, 2016

Student Volunteers to Teach English in Ukraine


This past summer, Viktoria Kulchyckyj ’19 returned to her home country of Ukraine to teach English at Camp America, an immersive 11-day English language and culture enrichment program. Vika volunteered as a junior teacher and translator for the camp. Vika lived with her family in Kiev, Ukraine for 11 years before she moved to the… Read More

September 19, 2016

New Staff Spotlight: Sonia Boddén, Assistant to the Director of Admissions & Financial Aid


Moorestown Friends welcomes Sonia Boddén to the community as the Assistant to the Director of Admissions & Financial Aid. Her natural abilities in accounting, organizational skills, and strength as a bilingual speaker will help keep the Admissions Office’s day-to-day operations running smoothly. Originally hailing from San Jose, CA, Sonia has spent most of her life… Read More

September 14, 2016

New Faculty Spotlight: Jen Murphy, MS/US French & Spanish Teacher


The World Languages department welcomes Jen Murphy as a Middle and Upper School French & Spanish Teacher. This year, Jen will teach French I and III, Spanish I, and serve as a Middle School advisor. Jen holds two French degrees, a B.A. in French Studies from Bard College and a M.A. in French Literature and… Read More

September 14, 2016

New Faculty Spotlight: Dan Christy Randazzo, Chester Reagan Chair of Quaker/Religious Studies


In June, Head of School Larry Van Meter announced the appointment of Dan Christy Randazzo to succeed Priscilla Taylor-Williams as the school’s next Chester Reagan Chair for Quaker/Religious Studies. The Chair honors and reaffirms the spiritual ideals of Chester Reagan, who was headmaster from 1925-1955. Reagan’s life was dedicated to learning, to teaching, and to… Read More

September 13, 2016

New Staff Spotlight: Suzanne Abrams, Director of Parent & Alumni Programs


Suzanne Abrams joined the Development Office in July as the Director of Parent and Alumni Programs. In her role, she will manage the logistics of many events, including grandparents days, Alumni Weekend, Camp Fair, the Parent Council Auction, regional alumni gatherings, and more. She will also work to support the Alumni Association and Parent Council… Read More

September 13, 2016

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