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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

Purchase Your Tickets – The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later

The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later

The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later Friday, March 6, 7 p.m. Saturday, March 7, 7 p.m All tickets are $12. Parental discretion is advised. This performance contains mature-themed subject matter and instances of strong language. Moorestown Friends School proudly presents The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later, a potent sequel to the landmark docudrama about community… Read More


February 23, 2015

Art & Social Change at the Quaker Youth Leadership Conference

Quaker Youth Leadership Conference

A group of Upper School students and teachers attended the Quaker Youth Leadership Conference from February 5-7, 2015. It was hosted by Tandem Friends School and Virginia Beach Friends School in Charlottesville, VA. The theme of this year’s conference was “Art & Social Change: Inspiring Peace and Justice,” and MFS Art Teacher Michael Webster hosted a workshop titled “Street… Read More


February 19, 2015

Math Team Places First in Individual, Second Overall at Regional Competition

MATHCOUNTS Team

On Saturday, February 7, six MFS students participated in the Ocean-Burlington Chapter Regional MATHCOUNTS Competition: Miles Oglesby ’20, Bailey Butterworth ’20, Jonathan D’Souza ’19, Vineeth Veeramachaneni ’19, Charles Tanas ’20, and Daniel Quigley ’20. Jonathan won first place in the individual competition for the second year in a row, and he will compete in the state competition on Saturday, March 14, at Rutgers University. Vinny placed in… Read More


February 19, 2015

Robotics Team Qualifies for NJ and PA State Tournaments

MFS Hawks Robotics Team

The MFS Robotics Team has qualified for both the New Jersey and the Pennsylvania state robotics tournaments. On February 14, the MFS Hawks – represented by Scott Abrams ’15, Armon Adibi ’15, Ryan Baker ’16, Travis Benedict ’16, and Andrew Edzenga ’15 – earned several distinctions at the Lehigh Valley Qualifying Tournament. The Hawks won… Read More


February 18, 2015

From SJ Sports Digest: Moorestown Friends soccer star Vanessa Kara conquers two ACL surgeries to sign NLI

2014-11-13-girls-soccer--seniors

Lead South Jersey Sports Digest Content Editor Mike Shute authored a wonderful profile of MFS soccer standout Vanessa Kara… Foxes senior overcame two knee injuries, missed two high school seasons and battled through 15 months of recovery to earn a scholarship to continue her soccer career at Drexel University You just have to believe that… Read More


February 10, 2015

Freshmen Fare Well at Montclair Fencing Invitational

Jones-Feigeles

Carolyn Feigeles ’18 (Sabre) and Chloe Jones ’18 (Foil) captured silver medals at the Montclair Freshman/Sophomore Invitational on Saturday, February 7. Overall there were 20 schools represented and approximately 200 fencers participated. Go Foxes! Photo credit: Assistant Coach Michael McGinn


February 9, 2015

Edward Gelernt ’16 Receives Cogito Research Award from Johns Hopkins

Edward Gelernt

Edward Gelernt ’16 is the recipient of a 2015 Cogito Research Award from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY). He is one of only ten students in the United States to win the award, which includes a grant to fund his research. Edward’s winning proposal is titled “Effects of PON1 and ApoA-I Variants… Read More


February 5, 2015

Senior Soccer Player Signs National Letter of Intent

Vanessa Kara with her Girls' Soccer Teammates

Senior Vanessa Kara signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, February 4 surrounded by friends, family, and teammates. She will play NCAA Division I soccer at Drexel University next year. Athletic Director Danielle Dayton spoke at the signing ceremony: “Vanessa has been a student-athlete and leader in our community for four years. Her career has been marked by… Read More


February 5, 2015

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