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The Beautiful Chaos of Middle School April 23, 2018

beautiful chaos of Middle School

from the desk of Middle School Director Kimberly Clarkson This past week was the type of week that one looks... Read More

Professor Robin Bachin ’84 Publishes Historical Manuscript That Provides a One-of-a-Kind Peek into the Challenges of a Single Working Mother in the 1920s April 23, 2018

Robin Bachin

Robin Bachin ’84 served as editor and annotator of her latest work, Big Bosses: A Working Girl’s Memoir of Jazz... Read More

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Two Students Win Gold Medals at NAACP’s Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) April 20, 2018

ACT-SO

On Saturday, April 7, Calvin Bell ’20 and Jalyn Lawrence ’21 participated in the NAACP’s Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) state... Read More

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MFS Science Olympiad Engaging Investigators of All Ages April 20, 2018

MFS Science Olympiad

by Charlie Tanas ’20, Marketing and Communications Student Intern Science Olympiad at MFS allows students to explore and study their... Read More

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Seventh Grader Summarizes Middle School Basketball Seasons April 19, 2018

Thanks to Max Forstein ’23 who diligently covered all MFS Middle School basketball teams and provided the season summaries below.... Read More

AP Studio Art Student Exhibit and Reception – Wednesday, April 25 April 19, 2018

Students in the AP Studio Art course co-taught by Woodworking & 3D Design Teacher Erik Curtis and Visual Arts Teacher... Read More

Bayada Home Health Care Founder and President Mark Baiada Visits “Leadership and the Quaker Dimension” Class April 17, 2018

President and Founder of Bayada Home Health Care Mark Baiada visited Head of School Larry Van Meter’s Grade 10 “Leadership... Read More

Five Student-Athletes Commit To Continue Their Athletic Careers in College April 12, 2018

The Athletics Department held a ceremony on Thursday, April 12 for five student-athletes who have committed to continue their careers... Read More

Seventh Grade Atlantic Slave Trade Museum – A Historical Lesson and Teaching of Team Dynamics April 12, 2018

Seventh Grade Atlantic Slave Trade Museum

The seventh grade history classes immersed themselves for eight weeks in an in-depth study of the Atlantic Slave Trade. The... Read More

Middle School Team Competes at MATHCOUNTS Competition March 20, 2018

MathCounts

Five middle school students traveled to Ocean County College in Toms River, NJ to participate in the MATHCOUNTS Ocean/Burlington Chapter... Read More

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