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Seniors Gain Professional Workplace Experience with MFS Summer Co-op Program

MFS Summer Co-op Program

During an immersive four-weeks with the MFS Summer Co-op Program, three students, Surya Reddy ’18, Anna Goula ’18, and Sagar Patel ’18, gained professional career training at their respective company assignments: the Comcast headquarters in Center City Philadelphia, the Pinelands Preservation Alliance non-profit, and the financial planning firm Friedenthal Financial. This year, the advisors of the… Read More


September 15, 2017

World Language Chair Rob Nasatir Joins NJ Foreign Language Board of Directors (FLENJ)

FLENJ

World Language Chair and Spanish Teacher Rob Nasatir was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey (FLENJ). FLENJ advocates on behalf of world language education and provides extraordinary professional development opportunities for teachers. In his role, Mr. Nasatir will help bring meaningful professional development, groundbreaking policy development, and thereby, quality… Read More


September 15, 2017

US Students Present Research for M.Y. S.P.A.C.E. Climate Change Program

M.Y. S.P.A.C.E. Climate Change Program

During the past school year, Upper School students Jakob Hull ’19, Alexis Kasper ’18, and Anna Goula ’18 worked with regular MFS substitute teacher John Trunkwalter and Science and Engineering Department Chair Drew Newman to conduct research as part of the Multinational Youth Studying Practical Applications of Climatic Events M.Y. S.P.A.C.E. Climate Change Program. The students investigated “How to Make Cities More Sustainable” and… Read More


September 15, 2017

Purchase Your MFS Apparel Today!

Now is your opportunity to purchase MFS gear and support the Foxes! General Moorestown Friends apparel and fall sports gear are available during the first of three online apparel sales sponsored by the Red and Blue Club, which supports MFS Athletics. The fall sale will close Monday, September 11 at the end of the day…. Read More


September 5, 2017

Solar Eclipse Educational Resources from the Science and Engineering Department

Solar Eclipse Educational Resources

A Message from the Science and Engineering Department with Solar Eclipse Educational Resources This coming Monday, August 21, a total eclipse of the sun will pass across the continental U.S. for the first time in almost a century. The path of “totality” – where the sun will be completely blocked by the moon – will… Read More


August 18, 2017

Siblings Represent Team USA at 20th World Maccabiah Games

Charlotte ’18 and Jack Stern ’19 represented Team USA at the 20th World Maccabiah Games in late June and July. They spent 25 days in Israel training, traveling, performing community service projects, and competing in the Olympic-style competition held every four years since 1932. This year’s Games included 10,000 athletes from over 80 countries. Jack… Read More


July 27, 2017

View Photos of Commencement 2017

“Class of 2017, you have more than done your part. Your futures are full of possibility. There is no question in my mind that you will go on to be productive and compassionate leaders. In ways perhaps large or perhaps small, perhaps loud or perhaps quiet, you will make a difference. You will, as Quakers… Read More


June 19, 2017

Students Earn Awards for 2016-17 Sports Seasons

Photo: Dylan Carilli and Alyssa Runyan were named Herm Magee Award winners for 2016-17. Numerous awards were distributed by coaches and Athletic Director Danielle Dayton at Varsity Night on May 25. Below is a list of team awards, along with special awards presented at the end of the evening: Herm Magee Award (presented to a male… Read More


June 8, 2017

Director of Finance and Operations Lisa Carbone Warren Receives Unsung Hero Award from National Association

Congratulations to Director of Finance and Operations Lisa Carbone Warren (pictured at right with School Committee Treasurer Toni Proffitt Brown and Head of School Larry Van Meter), who is the recipient of the National Business Officers Association’s (NBOA) 2017 Will Hancock Unsung Hero Award. The honor is given to business officers who have made an… Read More


June 8, 2017

Fifth Graders Display Year-Long Projects at Genius Hour Expo

Jeffrey researched the fabric and texture of football gloves…Sophia was curious as to why humans forget their dreams…Katie explored the protection of kiwi birds…Haila was fascinated with why people impersonate Elvis Presley…Kira studied and raised money for leukemia research…Himanshu designed a cost-efficient prototype for a robotic wheelchair…Maggie designed a small home for the homeless that… Read More


June 6, 2017

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