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William Fearn ’93: Closing the Achievement Gap for Historically Underprivileged Students September 25, 2014

Bill Fearn

This post is an excerpt from Making a Difference in Education, a story featured in the Fall 2014 issue of Among Friends magazine.  William... Read More

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Girls’ Tennis Places Three Players in Burlington County Open Final September 24, 2014

Kim - BCT photo 9-24-14

VIDEO – The Burlington County Times covered yesterday’s action in the Burlington County Open. MFS is the defending tournament champion.... Read More

New Faculty Spotlight – Valerie Ives, Middle/Upper School French September 23, 2014

A native of France, Valerie Ives holds both a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in French literature from Washington University.... Read More

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Matthew Scalamandre Named National Merit Semifinalist September 22, 2014

Matthew Scalamandre

Moorestown Friends School senior Matthew Scalamandre was recently named a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. This honor indicates that he scored... Read More

Penn Ph.D. Candidate Guest Lectures in Modern Middle East Course September 18, 2014

James Ryan, Ph.D. Graduate Student at Penn

James Ryan, Ph.D. Candidate at The University of Pennsylvania, was the guest lecturer for Jake Greenberg’s Modern Middle East class on... Read More

“Moorestown Friends Soccer Getting Noticed” – SJ Sports Digest September 18, 2014

SJ Sports Digest - Boys' Soccer

South Jersey Sports Digest produced a 3-minute video about our Boys’ Soccer team. Click here to watch. The video includes... Read More

New Faculty Spotlight – Clare MacKenzie, Upper School English September 16, 2014

Hailing most recently from Ecuador, Clare MacKenzie worked for two years as a Peace Corps volunteer, training native English teachers how... Read More

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Fourth Graders Learn About George Fox and the Origins of Quakerism from Associate Head of School Chris Kimberly September 15, 2014

Chris Kimberly

Associate Head of School/Academic Dean Chris Kimberly paid a visit to the fourth grade today to summarize his Quaker pilgrimage... Read More

New Faculty Spotlight – Julie Ferreira, MS/US French & Spanish September 10, 2014

Julie Ferreira

Julie is a native of France and has earned degrees in three different countries. Her first bachelor’s degree is in... Read More

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From the Philadelphia Inquirer: Moorestown Friends Wins September 10, 2014

The Boys’ Soccer team was the lead in today’s South Jersey boys’ high school sports summary: Tuesday was a night... Read More

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