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Lizzie Cohen ’19 Attends Global Leadership Program at Oxford, Receives Academic Achievement Award

PHOTO: Lizzie Cohen (front row, farthest right) pictured with her Global Leadership class and professor. Lizzie Cohen ’19 studied Global Leadership for two weeks this summer through Oxford Royale Academy at Balliol College, University of Oxford. She joined a cohort of 600 students from around the world, all of whom gathered on Oxford’s campus for… Read More
November 17, 2018

Sophie Asbell ’20 and Rebecca Fallick ’20 Attend U.S.-Israel Political Debate and Lobbying Conference

PHOTO: Rebecca Fallick (left) and Sophie Asbell (right) MFS juniors Sophie Asbell and Rebecca Fallick recently attended the Schusterman Advocacy Institute High School Summit in Washington, DC. The summit, sponsored by AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee), welcomes approximately 400 high school students annually for a full weekend of discussions and lobbying. Sophie and Rebecca… Read More
November 17, 2018

Short Film Produced by English Teacher Mark Gornto Screens at National Museum of African-American History & Culture

PHOTO: Mark Gornto (left) pictured with Leashia Lewis (right), producer of Warrior Queen and wife of writer/director Hezekiah Lewis For Middle School English Teacher Mark Gornto, an incredible filmmaking journey began with a spontaneous phone call. In the summer of 2006, Mr. Gornto received a message from his friend Hezekiah “Heze” Lewis — later an Adjunct… Read More
November 17, 2018

Nineteen US Student-Athletes Named Friends Schools League All-Stars

Several Upper School student-athletes have been recognized as Friends Schools League All-Stars: Girls’ Tennis First Team: Renna Mohsen-Breen ’20, Bella Pescatore ’22, and Elena Styliades ’20 Field Hockey First Team: Lauren Cates ’19, Ava Carlson ’22, Bella McCollister ’21, and Jordan Obermeier ’21 Honorable Mention: Lauren Phillips ’21 and Hannah Wilson ’21 Girls’ Soccer First… Read More
November 16, 2018

MFS Presents Free Rhythm and Code Event for PK–K Students

On Wednesday, December 5 from 9-10 a.m., Moorestown Friends School will host “Rhythm and Code,” a free special event where parents and their children can experience the music and coding programs at MFS. Families will gather in the Stokes Hall Lobby and go on to explore activity stations in different areas of the school. Why… Read More
November 15, 2018

Lower School Robotics Club Programs the Future with Lego Creations

For the past eight weeks, students in Grades 3-5 have met after school to explore the world of robotics and coding. The Lower School Robotics Club, led by parent Ryan Kennedy and Kindergarten Teacher Kenya Barber, allows students to develop their analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills through the creation of programmable Lego machines. For… Read More
November 15, 2018

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