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Middle School Team Competes at MathCounts Competition


Five middle school students traveled to Ocean County College in Toms River, NJ to participate in the MathCounts Ocean/Burlington Chapter competition on February 3. Yusuf Ansari ’22, Max Forstein ’23, Sreehita Hajeebu ’23, and Andrew Mercantini ’23, and Naiya Patel ’23 competed for MFS. Sreehita placed fifth in the individual MathCounts competition. The middle schoolers are coached… Read More

March 20, 2018

Multidivisional Partnerships

multidivisional partnerships

from the desk of Lower School Director Kelly Banik Saturday, March 17 brings an exciting event at Moorestown Friends School; over 150 students from all three divisions will come together in song for our Choir Showcase. Third and fourth graders, as well as Middle and Upper School students, will gather on campus at 11 a.m…. Read More

March 16, 2018

Sixth Grade Interdisciplinary Field Trip Links Chinese, History, and Science

Chinese, history, and science

From the desks of Science Teacher Sarah Moser and Chinese Teacher Cathy Wang On February 27, the Class of 2024 enjoyed an interdisciplinary field trip to the Franklin Institute.  The day’s experiences built upon topics they have covered in Chinese, history, and science classes.  All 6th grade students will have completed one trimester of Chinese… Read More

March 16, 2018

Reception and Book Signing with Emmy Award-Winning ABC Journalist Linsey Davis ’95

Linsey Davis

Wednesday, March 21 from 3:15 – 4:30 p.m. Stokes Hall Lobby Click here to Purchase and Reserve a book for Linsey to sign. The World is Awake, the first Children’s Book by Linsey Davis ’95 takes readers on a journey to find the extraordinary in the ordinary. Emmy award-winning journalist and ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis has… Read More

March 16, 2018

Serena Lin ’19 Earns National Silver Medal for Poetry

Congratulations to Serena Lin ’19 who won a silver medal at the national level of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Serena’s poem “seasons” demonstrated high honors, and all National Medalists will be recognized in part at the National Ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City. At the regional level, Serena won ten total awards. She received… Read More

March 16, 2018

MFS Wins Best School Delegation at University of Delaware Model UN Conference

Best School Delegation

Moorestown Friends was named Best School Delegation at the 2018 University of Delaware Model United Nations Conference (HenMUN), which took place from March 2-4. Advised by History Department Chair Clark Thomson, a team of 30 Upper School students traveled to Newark, DE to win the conference and earn nine other individual accolades. “2017-2018 was an… Read More

March 15, 2018

MFS Presents “An Evening of Christopher Durang” – March 9 & 10

MFS Drama proudly presents “An Evening of Christopher Durang“ presented on Friday, March 9 at 7 p.m., and Saturday March 10, TWO performances at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. NOTE: Parental discretion is advised. This performance contains mature-themed subject matter and instances of strong language.  Families of students below 8th grade are encouraged to research the plays… Read More

March 6, 2018

Read It and Eat It: MFS to Hold First Edible Book Festival

Edible Book Festival

By Andrew Rowan ’19, Marketing and Communications Student Intern Moorestown Friends School will hold the first ever Edible Book Festival on Tuesday, March 6. An edible book festival is a baking and cooking competition with a literary twist. Entries can range from edible creations of book covers, scenes from books, play on words in the… Read More

March 2, 2018

Emily Tatum ’15 Interns at the UN Refugee Agency

During her fall semester, Johns Hopkins University student Emily Tatum ’15 was one of fifteen undergraduates selected for the Aitchison Public Service Fellowship in Government offered by the school’s political science department. She studied in Washington, D.C. to gain real-world experience in the life and politics of the nation’s capital. In addition to her coursework… Read More

February 27, 2018

I’m Not a Quaker…What is Meeting for Business?

Meeting for Business

By Andrew Rowan ’19, Marketing and Communications Student Intern Meeting for Worship for Business (commonly abbreviated to Meeting for Business) is a meeting for a community to come together and discuss concerns, create solutions, and collectively make decisions that will impact the friends of the meeting. “[Moorestown Friends’ Upper School Meeting for Business] is one… Read More

February 22, 2018

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