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Vision 2020

Vision 2020

A note from Brian Howard, Arts Department Chair: We are embarking on an exciting community art project at Moorestown Friends School, with leadership from students as well as our arts faculty. The goal is to create one community art installation each year until 2020 – hence, Vision 2020. The first five pieces will celebrate MFS current… Read More

January 23, 2015

3D Printing in First Grade

3D Printing in First Grade

Upper School Physics Teacher Tim Clarke recently visited Teri Kaiser’s First Grade class to introduce them to 3D printing. As part of their class unit on snow, First Grade students have the opportunity to use the school’s 3D printer to design and print their own snowmen. Tim showed the students how the printer works from drawn designs to… Read More

January 22, 2015

Learning about Hospice and Healthcare

Hospice and Healthcare Service Learning Course

The Upper School Hospice and Healthcare Service Learning course was highlighted by The Moorestown Sun in January 2015. To read the article by Brigit Bauma, click here. Moorestown Friends offers an elective course in Hospice and Healthcare for Upper School students. Taught in conjunction with Samaritan Hospice, the course promotes awareness of the needs of families, patients,… Read More

January 21, 2015

23rd Annual Summer Camp Fair – January 31


Moorestown Friends School will host its 23rd Annual Summer Camp Fair on Saturday, January 31, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Field House. The event is the largest Camp Fair in South Jersey, featuring dozens of summer opportunities. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. The Camp Fair is… Read More

January 16, 2015

Sophomore Melissa Abrams Selected To South Jersey All-Star Chorus

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Melissa Abrams ’17 has been selected to the 2014-15 South Jersey Senior High Chorus. Over 500 students from 50 public and private schools were represented at the November tryouts held at Woodstown High School. Melissa will perform with the Chorus at two concerts at Eastern High School in Voorhees on January 24 and 25. She is… Read More

January 12, 2015

Moorestown Sun Features Robotics Program

Robotics Photo from Moorestown Sun - 12-26-14

From the Moorestown Sun, December 26, 2014: With the popularity of the new movie Big Hero 6 by Disney’s Animation Studios, building robots and robotics might be the next big thing. However, robotics in schools and robotics teams have been around for awhile. Moorestown Friends School’s robotics team started in 2007. Since then, it has… Read More

January 7, 2015

Seniors Win Foxtrot Business Competition

Foxtrot Business Competition

The Foxtrot Business Concept Competition was held at Moorestown Friends on Sunday, December 14. Six teams designed social media campaigns to encourage healthy eating. The first place team was comprised of seniors Adam Mohsen-Breen, Jamal Pratt, Alex Knowlton, and C.J. Passariello. The campaign, “Smaller Plate: Less Waist, Less Waste,” featured several initiatives to urge folks… Read More

December 17, 2014

Lower Schoolers Learn About Classmates’ Holiday Traditions


As a school rooted in Quaker values, Moorestown Friends believes that there is “that of God” in every person. Our teachers strive to respect and honor the diverse traditions of our student body, in order to foster growth in an atmosphere of loving appreciation. For Paige Bloom’s Prekindergarten class, this means inviting guests to educate… Read More

December 12, 2014

Upper Schoolers Give Preschoolers Time in the Spotlight

Upper School with Preschool

In order to introduce Preschool students to the Auditorium (and avoid stage fright!), Upper School chorus members met with both Preschool classes on Friday, December 5. “We wanted to introduce Preschoolers to the concept of a concert, so we planned a joint music time with the Preschool and the MFS Singers,” said Lower School Music Teacher Joanna… Read More

December 11, 2014

Biology I Explores Genetics in Predator-Prey Simulation

Predator-Prey Simulation

Biology I is a Life Sciences course for ninth grade students. To learn more, check out the Upper School Science and Engineering curriculum. Students in Biology I created shredded paper “habitats” on their desks and hunted for “prey” hidden inside. The lab was a demonstration of the effect that predators have on diversity, and how… Read More

December 11, 2014

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