Science and Engineering

Summer Scholars Spotlight: Senior Scholars Prototype Rockets in Kerbal Space Program August 9, 2016

By Amanda Cooper ’18 Student Intern, Marketing and Communications Department  The students in the Moorestown Friends Senior Scholars Virtual Rocket Engineering:... Read More


MFS Places Second in National Science League Competition May 27, 2016

Eighth and ninth grade students placed second among 28 schools in the United States in the National Science League’s Life... Read More

Egg to Chick Hatching Study in Prekindergarten May 26, 2016

Each spring, prekindergarten classes engage in an egg to chick hatching study. The students learn about the 21-day life cycle... Read More


Six Students Win Awards in County Poster Contest May 25, 2016

On May 5, six MFS students ranging from second to ninth grade were announced as award winners in the Burlington... Read More


Third Grade Scientists Studying Butterfly Life Cycles May 25, 2016

In science class with Lower School and Fifth Grade Science Teacher Rebekka Schultz, third grade students have had the opportunity... Read More


Student Selected for NJ Governor’s School May 18, 2016

Jess Ferber ’17 has been selected as a New Jersey Governor’s School Scholar. As a Scholar, she joins a competitive... Read More

18th Annual Science and Engineering Expo at Moorestown Friends April 22, 2016

The Moorestown Friends School 18th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition (S.E.E.) took place on Thursday, April 21. Students in Grades... Read More


Student Awarded Top Prize from Delaware Valley Science Council March 17, 2016

At the Delaware Valley Science Council Award Dinner, held on the evening of March 7 in Upper Darby, PA, Ed... Read More

Middle School Science Olympiad Team Qualifies for States January 29, 2016

The Middle School New Jersey Science Olympiad team qualified for state competition thanks to their performance at the Camden County... Read More

Two Seniors Named Finalists in Delaware Valley Science Competition January 15, 2016

Edward Gelernt ’16 and Josh Murdy ’16 have been named finalists in the Delaware Valley Science Council Awards Program. They... Read More