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MFS Alumna is a Candidate for the New $20 Bill

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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

Deborah Heart Challenge Team Earns Silver Medals


The MFS Deborah Heart Challenge Team earned silver medals at the 17th Annual Deborah Heart Challenge and Art Competition on Sunday, February 22 at Pemberton Township High School. This year’s competitors included teams from Pemberton, Lenape, Shawnee, Cherokee, Seneca, Maple Shade, Northern Burlington, and Cherry Hill West. Teams fielded questions about the heart, lungs, and… Read More

March 9, 2015

The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later Featured in Moorestown Sun

The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later

The Upper School spring production of The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later was recently featured in The Moorestown Sun: “I feel as though there is a story that still needs to be told – and healing to accomplish. Much of what the play addresses is still relevant today and will be until equality is achieved. I directed… Read More

March 9, 2015

Red & Blue Club Presents the MFS Online Spring Apparel Sale

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Now is your opportunity to purchase MFS gear and support the Foxes! General Moorestown Friends apparel and spring sports gear are available courtesy of the Red and Blue Club, which supports MFS Athletics. This is the last opportunity to purchase the color variations available in 2014-15. Each year, the color options for each product change…. Read More

March 4, 2015

Choir Showcase 2015

Choir Showcase 2015

On February 20, the MFS Arts Department presented the second annual Choir Showcase. This event brought together approximately 160 students from across all three school divisions for an evening of music, fun, and fellowship. The Choir Showcase was designed by Middle and Upper School Choral Director Kelly Bixby and Lower School Music Teacher Joanna Stamper… Read More

March 3, 2015

Seventh Graders at Stokes Forest

Stokes Forest Trip

The seventh grade class is currently on their annual trip to Stokes Forest. Here are some updates, directly from them! Wednesday, February 25, 2015 “Wednesday started out nicely. We loaded the bus at MFS. From there, we went on a long ride to get to Stokes Forest. Once we arrived in Branchville, NJ, we received orientation and… Read More

February 27, 2015

Jumping 4 George 2015

Jumping 4 George

The third annual Jumping 4 George event took place on Wednesday, February 25. Fourth grade students led a jump roping assembly in the West Gym for younger classes. Small groups of fourth graders performed choreographed jump rope routines and gymnastics. The assembly is held in memory of George Thomas, father of Prekindergarten Teacher Lisa Martin ’84, who taught… Read More

February 26, 2015

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