Moorestown Friends School offers a robust student media with a a charter membership in the Quill and Scroll Honor Society. Upper School students may enroll in these activities as minor courses and are, therefore, afforded dedicated time during the school day to explore these interests rather than needing to take the work on entirely as an extracurricular activity.
WordsWorth is the award-winning official student media outlet for Moorestown Friends School: written, edited, and operated entirely by students. Students have garnered awards from Garden State Scholastic Press Association (GSSPA), National Scholastic Press Association, WHYY, and more. Andrew Rowan ’19 was named the 2019 New Jersey High School Journalist of the Year by the GSSPA. WordsWorth covers school news, local news, and global issues, as well as pop culture and sports important to the student body. Articles on these issues are published regularly on their website. A video broadcast, FoxTracks, offers multimedia coverage of these same issues, and is also published at MFSWordsWorth.com.
The student-produced school yearbook, The Cupola, has won numerous awards, most recently the First Place Gold Award from the Garden State Scholastic Press Association.
The arts and literary magazine, IMAGES, is published annually and has also received numerous awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and American Scholastic Press Association.
In the Middle School, the Middle School Messenger is periodically published by student journalists in grades 6-8.