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Ashlynne Thomson Appointed Assistant Director of College Guidance

College Guidance: Meredith Hanamirian and Ashlynne Thomson

Ashlynne Thomson has been appointed Assistant Director of College Guidance. She replaces Margaret Van Meter, who is retiring at the end of the school year. Ashlynne will transition from College Guidance Administrative Assistant and Database Coordinator into her new role beginning July 1. She currently teaches Study Skills classes for Middle and Upper School students,… Read More


April 16, 2015

Communications & Media Tech Class Explores Philadelphia

Communications and Media Tech Class

The Communications & Media Tech class took a field trip to Philadelphia on Friday, April 10 to film videos illustrating “a sense of place.” Their aesthetically pleasing stops included Reading Terminal Market, Race Street Pier, and the Anthropologie headquarters. Students practiced shooting close-ups, medium shots, and long shots, as well as composition, color, and panning…. Read More


April 14, 2015

Ann Stouffer ’07 Takes the Reins of the MFS Girls’ Lacrosse Program

Ann Stouffer

Ann Stouffer ’07, one of the most successful lacrosse players in Moorestown Friends School history, is taking the helm of the Girls’ Lacrosse program in 2015. She replaces Paige Bloom, who served as Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse Coach for three years. After earning First Team All-Friends Schools League accolades for all four years of her high… Read More


April 14, 2015

Artist Susan Harrison ’81 Visits to Teach Printmaking

Artist Susan Harrison

Alumna Susan Harrison, Class of 1981, visited the MFS Art Studio on April 8 to share her knowledge of printmaking. Susan talked about her life as a professional artist and demonstrated printmaking techniques for Middle and Upper School students. Susan is the Director of Brick Street Art Studios in New Albany, IN, where she offers courses, workshops,… Read More


April 14, 2015

Princeton Prize in Race Relations Certificate Awarded to MFS Senior

Adam Mohsen-Breen

Moorestown Friends School senior Adam Mohsen-Breen has been awarded a certificate of accomplishment for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, a national awards program that recognizes students whose efforts have had a significant positive impact on race relations in their communities. Adam’s entry to the program highlighted three children’s books he authored about Islam in… Read More


April 8, 2015

17th Annual Science and Engineering Expo at Moorestown Friends

Science and Engineering Expo

The Moorestown Friends School 17th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition (S.E.E.) will take place Thursday, April 16, 2015. Students in Grades 5 – 12 will showcase more than 200 displays of science learning for faculty, families, and younger students. Highlights include electrically wired models built by the fifth grade, a volcano exhibit hosted by the… Read More


April 8, 2015

MFS Alumna is a Candidate for the New $20 Bill

Alice Paul

An organization called Women On 20s is campaigning to put a woman’s face on the $20 bill. Their mission is to make sure that when the next face of currency is chosen, it is decided in an online referendum “from a slate of candidates who embody the values, ambitions, and ethics upon which this country was… Read More


March 18, 2015

Former Lower School Librarian Discusses Alice Paul, Women’s Suffrage, and Peace Issues with Fourth Grade

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Former Lower School Librarian Miriam Feyerherm visited with fourth grade students today. Miriam formerly owned Alice Paul’s (MFS Class of 1901) residence, now known as Paulsdale. She spoke to students about Alice Paul and women’s suffrage. She also told stories of her involvement with peace issues at MFS. Read about Miriam’s link to the MFS… Read More


March 17, 2015

Math Department Celebrates “Pi Day of the Century”

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Pi jokes, clever t-shirts, pie, baked goods, and unique math fun were all part of the celebration of Ultimate Pi Day, or Pi Day of the Century, at Moorestown Friends School today. Pi is an irrational number, whose decimal expansion does not end or repeat. Its first few decimal places are 3.141592653, so tomorrow, March 14,… Read More


March 13, 2015

Middle School Students Lead Bandana Sale To Benefit Teens Battling Cancer

Bandana Fundraiser for Victorious Foundation

The Middle School Service Leadership Activity recently sponsored a fundraising effort to support the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation, a local charity that supports teens battling cancer. Middle Schoolers sold bandanas to students, faculty, and staff at lunchtime, and the entire community was encouraged to wear their bandanas on Tuesday, March 10 to promote awareness for this… Read More


March 10, 2015

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