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Jordan White ’17 Reaches 1,000-point Plateau February 2, 2017

Moorestown basketball

On February 1, Jordan White ’17 scored his 1,000th Moorestown Friends basketball career point during a 54-49 victory over Holy... Read More

Lauren Kam ’21 Awarded Principal Violist in SJ Director’s Association’s Middle School Orchestra February 1, 2017

SJBODA principal violist

Lauren Kam ’21 was awarded principal violist in South Jersey Band and Orchestra Director’s Association’s (SJBODA) 2017 Middle School Orchestra.... Read More

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MFS Hosts 25th Annual Camp Fair – Saturday, February 4 January 31, 2017

Moorestown Friends School will host its 25th Annual Camp Fair on Saturday, February 4, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.... Read More

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MFS Places Second at Burlington County Academic Tournament January 27, 2017

BCAT award

The Moorestown Friends School team of Upper School students (pictured from left) Bailey Butterworth ’20, Charles Kropiewnicki ’17, and captain John... Read More

Sixth Grade French Students Thrive with Immersive Language Teaching Method January 25, 2017

Accelerated Integrative Method Middle School French

For the first few days (or first couple of weeks) of Scott Kelly’s French class, sixth grade students felt like... Read More

Grade 7-8 Science Olympiad Team Qualifies for States January 25, 2017

The Grade 7-8 Middle School New Jersey Science Olympiad team placed fourth overall (among 15 teams) at the Camden County... Read More

Seth Garcia ’78: The First Camden Scholar January 19, 2017

Seth Garcia ’78 was the first ABC Scholar to graduate from Moorestown Friends School. Beginning in the 1970s, MFS partnered... Read More

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MFS Hosts 25th Annual Camp Fair on Saturday, February 4 January 19, 2017

Moorestown Friends School (MFS) will host its 25th Annual Camp Fair on Saturday, February 4, from 11:30 a.m. to 3... Read More

MFS in the News: Runyan sisters sparkle for Moorestown Friends basketball January 14, 2017

Moorestown Friends girls basketball

From the Philadelphia Inquirer, January 13, 2017 By Chris Melchiorre Most don’t realize that basketball was their dad’s first love.... Read More

Technology Department Duo Wins Best Community Action App Award January 9, 2017

Coding Teacher Liz Kahn (second from right) and Computer Lab Assistant Matt Wartenberg (third from left) attended the iOS Developer Camp... Read More

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