Science and Engineering

Dan Murray ’06 Assists Farmers With His Drone Company June 22, 2015

Dan Murray

Dan Murray ’06 was recently featured on the front page of The Philadelphia Inquirer. He is the founder of Unmanned... Read More

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MFS Team Captures First Place at Elementary Science Olympiad May 22, 2015

NJ Elementary Science Olympiad

A Moorestown Friends School team was the overall winner at the New Jersey Elementary (Grades 4-6) Science Olympiad, held May... Read More

Junior Ed Gelernt Accepted to Governor’s School of the Sciences May 14, 2015

Ed Gelernt

Ed Gelernt ’16 has been selected as a New Jersey Governor’s School Scholar. As a Scholar, he joins a competitive group of... Read More

MFS Senior Presents Concussion Research at American Occupational Health Conference in Baltimore May 6, 2015

Bria McKenzie with her poster at the American Occupational Health Conference

Moorestown Friends senior Bria McKenzie presented independent research at the American Occupational Health Conference in Baltimore, MD, on May 3.... Read More

S.E.E. in the News April 20, 2015

The Burlington County Times

The annual Science and Engineering Expo took place Thursday, April 16 at Moorestown Friends. The event included more than 200... Read More

17th Annual Science and Engineering Expo at Moorestown Friends April 8, 2015

Science and Engineering Expo

The Moorestown Friends School 17th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition (S.E.E.) will take place Thursday, April 16, 2015. Students in... Read More

Deborah Heart Challenge Team Earns Silver Medals March 9, 2015

The MFS Deborah Heart Challenge Team earned silver medals at the 17th Annual Deborah Heart Challenge and Art Competition on... Read More

Robotics Team Qualifies for NJ and PA State Tournaments February 18, 2015

MFS Hawks Robotics Team

The MFS Robotics Team has qualified for both the New Jersey and the Pennsylvania state robotics tournaments. On February 14,... Read More

Edward Gelernt ’16 Receives Cogito Research Award from Johns Hopkins February 5, 2015

Edward Gelernt

Edward Gelernt ’16 is the recipient of a 2015 Cogito Research Award from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth... Read More

3D Printing in First Grade January 22, 2015

3D Printing in First Grade

Upper School Physics Teacher Tim Clarke recently visited Teri Kaiser’s First Grade class to introduce them to 3D printing. As... Read More