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Children’s Book Illustrator Neil Numberman Visits Campus

Children's Book Illustrator Neil Numberman

Brian Weaver, Moorestown Friends School Class of 1999, goes by the name Neil Numberman in the publishing world. The author and illustrator visited with Grades 1-5 for a full day on Tuesday, October 21. He shared details of how he works as an artist and conducted book signings. Neil Numberman’s titles include A Valentine’s Surprise, Do NOT… Read More


October 22, 2014

New Faculty Spotlight – Michael Griffin, Middle/Upper School Spanish

Michael Griffin

A veteran world language teacher with more than a dozen years of experience, Michael spent the majority of his career at Holy Ghost Preparatory School in Bensalem, PA, where he also attended as a student. His extensive work in both Spanish and French education has allowed him to serve as a PRAXIS exam grader and trainer and… Read More


October 14, 2014

Margaux Vellucci to Perform at Day of the Girl Summit

Margaux Vellucci

This Friday, October 10, Margaux Vellucci ’16 will perform Tchaikovsky’s Nocturne in D minor at the Day of the Girl Summit at the United Nations in New York City. Margaux’s story of female empowerment through music was selected by the International Day of the Girl (IDG) committee to be showcased at the 2nd Annual Girls Speak… Read More


October 7, 2014

From the Philadelphia Inquirer: Moorestown Friends’ Kim more than just talk

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In the Sunday sports section, The Philadelphia Inquirer ran a feature article about sophomore tennis player Grace Kim, who is seeded third in the upcoming NJSIAA state singles tournament: “Moorestown Friends’ Kim more than just talk“


October 5, 2014

New Faculty Spotlight – Katie Stutz ’09, Middle/Upper School English

Katie Stutz

Katie Stutz made a significant impact on Moorestown Friends School before graduating in 2009. She served as captain of the Girls’ Soccer, Basketball, and Lacrosse teams, earned the Herm Magee Award for athletic leadership, and was inducted into the Cum Laude Society. Since that time, Katie has continued her pattern of strong academics mixed with athletics, earning her B.A. in… Read More


September 30, 2014

Bria McKenzie Named National Achievement Semifinalist

Bria McKenzie

Moorestown Friends School senior Bria McKenzie was recently named a National Achievement Scholarship Program Semifinalist. She placed in the top 1% of the more than 160,000 students who entered the National Achievement Program this year. Bria now has the opportunity to advance in the competition for National Achievement Scholarships. The National Achievement Scholarship Program was… Read More


September 26, 2014

Girls’ Tennis Places Three Players in Burlington County Open Final

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VIDEO – The Burlington County Times covered yesterday’s action in the Burlington County Open. MFS is the defending tournament champion. Singles players Grace Kim, Jess Ferber, and Katie Teitelbaum attempt to defend their 2013 championships today in matches that all begin at 3 p.m. Click here to view the article. Katie Teitelbaum, Grace Kim, and… Read More


September 24, 2014

New Faculty Spotlight – Valerie Ives, Middle/Upper School French

Ives

A native of France, Valerie Ives holds both a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in French literature from Washington University. Before moving to the U.S., Valerie earned her B.A. and an M.A. in English from the Université de Poitiers in France. During her professional career, she has worked as a senior instructor in French at… Read More


September 23, 2014

Matthew Scalamandre Named National Merit Semifinalist

Matthew Scalamandre

Moorestown Friends School senior Matthew Scalamandre was recently named a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. This honor indicates that he scored in the 99th percentile or above on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Matthew is part of a group of approximately 16,000 high school seniors who are now eligible to apply to become Finalists,… Read More


September 22, 2014

Penn Ph.D. Candidate Guest Lectures in Modern Middle East Course

James Ryan, Ph.D. Graduate Student at Penn

James Ryan, Ph.D. Candidate at The University of Pennsylvania, was the guest lecturer for Jake Greenberg’s Modern Middle East class on Wednesday, September 17. The course involves a survey of Middle East history from World War I to the war in Iraq. Major themes include the emergence of nation states after colonialism; long-term historical, technological, and… Read More


September 18, 2014

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