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BACK TO BACK! Girls’ Tennis Wins Second Consecutive NJSIAA Non-Public B State Title

The MFS Girls’ Tennis team defended their NJSIAA Non-Public B state championship tday with a 5-0 victory over Newark Academy at Mercer County Park. It is the second Girls’ Tennis state title in school history. The team, coached by Mike Bodary, is ranked No. 1 for all groups by with a record of 19-0…. Read More
October 18, 2019

MFS Presents Little Shop of Horrors – Tickets Now on Sale!

Performances: Friday, November 15 and Saturday, November 16, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, November 17, 2 p.m. Click here to purchase tickets now at – $12 for General Audience and $10 for MFS students. CONTENT NOTICE: This performance is recommended for audiences seventh grade and up. In this classic musical, shy amateur botanist Seymour Krelborn tinkers his… Read More
October 18, 2019

Girls’ Tennis Captures Ninth South Jersey Championship

Yesterday the Moorestown Friends School Girls’ Tennis team, ranked No. 1 in all groups throughout the state by, captured the NJSIAA Non-Public B South championship with a 4-1 win over Ranney School. They advance to the Non-Public B state championship match vs. North champion and No. 13-ranked Newark Academy Friday at 1 p.m. at… Read More
October 16, 2019

Middle and Upper School Students Participate in Quaker-Based Decision Making Workshop in Philadelphia

A group of Middle and Upper School students traveled to the Friends Center in Philadelphia on October 3 for a workshop about Quaker-based decision making. Attending were: Calvin Bell ’20, Cole Blackburn ’25, Bailey Butterworth ’20, Shelby Deibler ’20, Harrison Kutalek ’26, Charlie Tanas ’20, and Ted Tarter ’25. The day’s events brought together students… Read More
October 11, 2019

French Teacher Jen Murphy Explores India Through Zekavat Summer Sabbatical

The Zekavat Sabbatical Fund, endowed in 1996 by the Zekavat family, encourages MFS faculty members to pursue creative summer travel and study over several weeks. As French Teacher Jen Murphy developed her application for the sabbatical, she identified four key criteria: she needed to be “uncomfortable” (challenging herself while still remaining safe); she had to… Read More
October 10, 2019

2019 Co-op Program Provides Engaging Internship Experiences for Four Students

Clockwise from left: Andrew Rauscher ’20, Bobby O’Donnell ’20, Lauren Kam ’21, and Charlie Tanas ’20. The MFS Cooperative Workplace Education Program gives participants an internship experience like no other. This year, four rising juniors and seniors completed the four-week summer program, receiving a combination of career training and professional networking experience in their chosen… Read More
October 10, 2019

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