Dorothy “Dot” Lopez Appointed Director of Diversity and Inclusion

A message from Head of School Julia de la Torre: I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dorothy “Dot” Lopez as Director of Diversity & Inclusion effective July 1. Dot replaces Karen Washington, and she is eager to transition from her responsibilities as a Middle and Upper School Math Teacher to take on this… Read More
March 18, 2019

Student Publications IMAGES and Cupola Receive First Place Awards

Two student publications, the 2018 Cupola yearbook and the 2018 IMAGES literary magazine, have received first place awards from the American Scholastic Press Association. The Cupola, released with the theme “Our Journey,” also received a silver medal from the Garden State Scholastic Press Association. The Editors-in-Chief were Alexis Kasper ’18, Sujin Kim ’18, and Kayleigh… Read More
March 8, 2019

Third Grade Students Explore Artifacts and Adaptations from Native American History

Third grade students in Rachel Mainwaring and Ted Quinn’s classes recently completed projects about Native American life and survival. Using everyday arts and crafts materials, six small groups designed models of Native American homes from different geographic regions. When parents visited MFS for the March 6 Lower School Welcome Wednesday event, they heard each group’s… Read More
March 7, 2019

MFS Wins Best School Delegation at 2019 University of Delaware Model UN Conference

Photo credit: MFS WordsWorth. Moorestown Friends was named Best School Delegation at the 2019 University of Delaware Model United Nations Conference (HenMUN), which took place from March 1-3. This marks the second year in a row that MFS has taken home top honors. Advised by History Department Chair Clark Thomson, a team of 30 Upper… Read More
March 5, 2019

Foxes Enjoy Great Fencing and Swimming Success

It was a big weekend for several MFS student-athletes in statewide competition. Rachel Liu ’20 (right photo) earned a bronze medal in sabre at the NJSIAA individual fencing championships on Sunday, March 3 at Livingston High School. It was the second consecutive year that Rachel has earned bronze at this event. In swimming, Allison Fenska… Read More
March 4, 2019

Two Seniors Named Finalists in 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program

Moorestown Friends School seniors Serena Lin and Dylan Zhou have been named finalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship competition. After completing the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) in October 2017 alongside 1.6 million additional U.S. students, Serena and Dylan entered the cohort of 15,000 finalists in late February. The PSAT/NMSQT is a preparatory version of the… Read More
March 4, 2019

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