Fast Facts

Mission Statement

Moorestown Friends School is a community rooted in Quaker values and dedicated to the pursuit of educational excellence for a diverse student body within an academically rigorous and balanced program emphasizing personal, ethical, and spiritual growth.

Religious Affiliation

Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

Student Body

622 students from Preschool (age 3+) to Grade 12, representing over 60 zip codes within a 50-mile radius of Moorestown:
Upper School (9 – 12): 264
Middle School (5 – 8): 174
Lower School: (Preschool – 4): 184


Click here to view a flyover campus tour! The school is located on 48 acres in the heart of Moorestown, named in 2005 as the Best Place to Live in the U.S. by Money magazine. Contiguous classroom buildings house students from Prekindergarten to Grade 12, with two preschool classrooms right next to the Lower School Building. Athletic facilities include seven all-purpose playing fields, two baseball diamonds, five tennis courts, three gymnasiums and a Field House. In 2008, the school purchased the former Greenleaf Retirement facility on Main Street, a property contiguous to the current MFS campus near the Field House and Tennis Courts. In 2011-12, renovations took place on the Greenleaf South Annex to transform the former boarding facility into a new classroom building. In 2012, the building was officially opened and dedicated as Hartman Hall which contains eight math classrooms, a choral music suite and choral sectionals rehearsal room. McShap Path leads to Hartman Hall from the Mecray Courtyard, located outside the Field House.

An innovative Playscape, opened in 2021, is a product of a year-long design process that included students, teachers, and families. The goal was to create a natural play space with opportunities for open-ended play that grows with students as they age. Children wanted places to perch, hide, be upside down, climb, interact with nature, be alone, and together. The Playscape achieves all of these things into one, multi-age, immersive natural environment. The space highlights the instructional value of landscape architecture and the desire for children to engage with and learn from nature.

Student/Faculty Ratio


Average Class Size

Lower School: 13
Middle School: 17
Upper School: 16

Advanced Placement Courses

17 courses offered

College Placement

MFS students earn admission into the most selective colleges and universities in the United States and abroad.

Class of 2022 College Destinations

SAT – Middle 50%:
Total (1600): 1170-1450
Reading/Writing: 610-690
Math: 570-730

ACT – Middle 50%
Composite (36): 24-32

For more information, visit College Counseling.

Financial Aid

With a commitment to creating a community that is ethnically, culturally, religiously and socio-economically diverse, Moorestown Friends School offers financial aid. Over one-third of MFS students receive financial aid. For more information, visit Financial Aid.

Diversity and Inclusion

Moorestown Friends School is committed to fostering an environment that is both diverse and inclusive. Different perspectives and diverse opinions are welcome, which enriches our students’ interpersonal relationships and also filters into their critical thinking practices—strengthening their capacities to weigh complex and contradictory information and construct nuanced arguments. 51% of the student body are students of color. A wide variety of religious faiths are represented as well. In keeping with the Quaker philosophy of honoring each individual, students representing different ethnic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds are challenged daily to respect and learn from one another. For more information, visit Diversity and Inclusion.


Varsity and Junior Varsity sports include: baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, fencing, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and swimming. Middle School sports offered are baseball, basketball, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer and tennis. At the high school level, the school competes in the Friends Schools League and is eligible to compete in state playoff competition as a member of the NJSIAA. For more information, visit Athletics.

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