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Seth Garcia ’78: The First Camden Scholar

Seth Garcia ’78 was the first ABC Scholar to graduate from Moorestown Friends School. Beginning in the 1970s, MFS partnered with A Better Chance, Inc. (ABC), a national non-profit student search and referral organization. When scholarship funding from the ABC organization ended in 1983, the MFS Board of Trustees made the commitment to establish the… Read More


January 19, 2017

MFS Hosts 25th Annual Camp Fair on Saturday, February 4

Moorestown Friends School (MFS) will host its 25th Annual Camp Fair on Saturday, February 4, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the school’s Baiada Field House. This is the largest Camp Fair in South Jersey, featuring dozens of camps that will come to campus to highlight their programs. Admission is free and the event… Read More


January 19, 2017

Technology Department Duo Wins Best Community Action App Award

Coding Teacher Liz Kahn (second from right) and Computer Lab Assistant Matt Wartenberg (third from left) attended the iOS Developer Camp in Manhattan and won Best Community Action App for their app called Witness. The Developer Camp, a two-day hackathon held January 7-8, was hosted at Google NYC by one of the original founders of Twitter,… Read More


January 9, 2017

Four Delegates Honored at Rutgers Model UN

The Moorestown Friends Model UN team traveled to New Brunswick for the Rutgers Model UN (RUMUN) conference from December 1-4. Out of over 1,000 student attendees from more than 40 schools, four MFS students were recognized at the closing ceremonies. Andrew Landesman ’18 and Rachael Whitley ’17 were honored for “Best Position Paper” in the UN… Read More


December 16, 2016

Soul Food Fest and the Soul of the Community

By Sujin Kim ’18, Marketing and Communications Student Intern Soul Food Fest is an event run by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Club on the last day before Winter Break. Upper School students and teachers come together in the D’Olier room, eat traditional “soul food” and potluck dishes, and share in each other’s company. MLK,… Read More


December 16, 2016

The Annual Junior Class History Trek to National Holocaust Memorial Museum

By Sujin Kim ’18, Marketing and Communications Student Intern On October 15, the junior class took its annual trip to the nation’s capital. The Washington D.C. trip is an 11th grade tradition organized by the 11th grade history teachers: Mr. Thomson, Ms. van Tijn, and Ms. McFeely. The focus of the trip was a visit… Read More


December 13, 2016

Maura Aleardi ’14 Helps Collegiate Newspaper Win Two Best of Show Awards

Maura Aleardi ’14 was featured in an article spotlighting her recent collegiate success by The Moorestown Sun on December 12, 2016. Maura currently serves as the community engagement coordinator for Ithaca College’s publication The Ithacan. Below is the published article or you can view on moorestownsun.com. Maura Aleardi of Moorestown has always loved to write, but she… Read More


December 13, 2016

Student Named an ESA LOFT Video Game Innovation Fellow

Calvin Bell III ’20 was one of 20 young innovators in the U.S. selected as a 2016 Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Leaders on the Fast Track (LOFT) Video Game Innovation Fellow for his design of a mobile application called “Waste-To-Move,” an environmental neighborhood watch app for urban areas. As a fellow, Calvin received a $1,000… Read More


December 6, 2016

New Staff Spotlight: Meg Cox, Admissions Officer

In October, Margaret “Meg” Cox joined the Moorestown Friends community as an Admissions Officer. She joins Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Rachel Tilney and Admissions Administrative Assistant Sonia Boddén in their work to welcome prospective families to the school. Meg brings with her a wealth of academic and professional experience. She holds two degrees… Read More


December 1, 2016

Coding Sneak Peek Week – December 5-9

“For most people on Earth, the digital revolution hasn’t even started yet. Within the next 10 years, all that will change. Let’s get the whole world coding!” – Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google During Computer Science Week, many will hear about schools taking part in the Hour of Code… An Hour of Code? At MFS our… Read More


November 22, 2016

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