Multicultural Programs

Art & Social Change at the Quaker Youth Leadership Conference February 19, 2015

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... Read More

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Lower Schoolers Learn About Classmates’ Holiday Traditions December 12, 2014

Hanukkah

As a school rooted in Quaker values, Moorestown Friends believes that there is “that of God” in every person. Our... Read More

#GivingTuesday December 1, 2014

Where Do You Give Your Time?

We asked MFS Faculty and Staff: Where Do You Give Your Time? In honor of #GivingTuesday, here are just a few... Read More

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Fourth Graders Learn About Indian Culture November 5, 2014

Diwali Celebration

Students in Sarah Rotter’s fourth grade class recently learned about Indian traditions, with a focus on the Diwali celebration that occurred in... Read More

Third Grade Teacher Elizabeth Pei Discovers History in Spain November 3, 2014

Elizabeth Pei

Third Grade Teacher Elizabeth Pei spent two weeks in northern Spain with her husband and young daughter, Nava, where she... Read More

Naomi Harper ’04: Empowering Students through Bilingual Education October 27, 2014

Naomi Harper

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

Mark Mitchell ’86: Striving to Ensure Economic Diversity in Independent Schools October 25, 2014

Mark Mitchell

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

Kennette Banks ’02: Helping to Create Equal Access to Educational Opportunities September 30, 2014

Kennette Banks

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

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

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