Moorestown Friends School is located near the center of town at 110 East Main Street, Moorestown, New Jersey. The campus covers over 48 acres.
A rigorous, college-preparatory education gives students the foundation to be active learners and critical thinkers. In their sophomore year, Moorestown Friends students begin a personalized, formal college counseling process that helps them understand their own strengths as they plan for their future. During the two-year process, our college counseling department develops, with each student, a personalized list of potential schools and holds a series of individual and group meetings with students and their parents. Typically, 100 percent of MFS graduates matriculate at four-year institutions.
Moorestown Friends School does not have uniforms, but there is a dress code. As befitting a Friends school, a student’s appearance should be neat and simple and should reflect modesty and moderation.
Enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year is 710 students. The Lower School (Preschool through grade four) has one or two classrooms per grade; the Middle School (grades 5 – 8) has two classrooms in grade five and three sections in grades six through eight; and the Upper School (grades 9 – 12) has four sections per grade.
Creative and caring supervision for children before and after the regular school day is referred to as our Extended Day program. It is available for children in Preschool through grade four. Before school coverage is available from 7:15 a.m. – 8 a.m., and after school coverage is available from 3:10 p.m. – 6 p.m. Parents are billed by the Business Office for regular or occasional use of the program.
Moorestown Friends School has 100 faculty, many of whom have advanced degrees. The student to teacher ratio is 7:1.
Moorestown Friends School, founded in 1785, is an independent, coeducational Quaker day school, accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
School hours for the entire school are from 8 a.m. until 3:10 p.m.
– Full Day or Half Day
– Three and Five Day a Week Options
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Although some students commute from Atlantic and Ocean counties and Philadelphia, about 90% of the student body live within a 12-mile radius of Moorestown Friends School in Burlington and Camden counties. Thirty-four percent of the student body is African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Middle Eastern or multiracial.
All Roads Lead to MFS! Moorestown Friends School is proud to serve students from over 60 towns in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The Admissions Office is eager to discuss a transportation plan for your family as you consider Moorestown Friends School. Busing is provided for some students in grades K-12 by local school districts and Moorestown Friends offers private busing service for those not served by the school district in which they reside. A late shuttle service is also offers for students in grades 5-12. Learn more about Transportation at MFS here.
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