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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

Seventeen Student-Athletes Receive Friends League Honors


Seventeen student-athletes received Friends Schools League fall sports honors: First Team: Field Hockey Amanda Cooper ’18, Erin Fennell ’18, Isabella Pillows ’18, Katy Repholz ’17, and Daniella Spector ’17 Girls’ Soccer Alexis Kasper ’18 and Kieran Lees ’18 Boys’ Soccer Phil Evans ’18, Teddy Kinzler ’18, and Ewan Larkin ’17 Girls’ Tennis Jess Ferber ’17, Renna… Read More

November 22, 2016

Wawa CEO and MFS Parent Chris Gheysens Speaks About Servant Leadership

Chris Gheysens Wawa Servant Leadership

On November 10, Wawa President and CEO and MFS parent Chris Gheysens visited the Leadership Styles & Skills class to discuss the philosophy of servant leadership. The course for tenth grade students is taught by Head of School Larry Van Meter and Director of Auxiliary Programs Martha Cameron. As the entire organizational structure of Wawa… Read More

November 18, 2016

The Digital Designer – Michi Muzyka ’02

Michi Muzyka

For over a decade, Michi Muzyka has been a designer by day and fine artist by night. By combining her technical design capabilities and her traditional drawing and painting talent, Michi has exhibited how analog art skills can be embraced in modern times. She began exploring the basics of an art education in Middle School… Read More

November 14, 2016

Meet the Cast of the Fall Musical “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Charlie Brown Musical

Don’t miss the Fall 2016 musical production of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. There will be three performances: Friday, November 18 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, November 19 at 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, November 20 at 2 p.m. All tickets are $12 and may be purchased online at Performances are open to the public…. Read More

November 14, 2016

Middle School Hosts Mock Electoral College Assembly

Mock Electoral College

On Election Day, November 8, the Middle School held a Mock Electoral College Assembly so students could study the presidential election process in an engaging, nonpartisan, and research-driven manner. Since students already had the opportunity to express their political perspective and vote for the presidential candidates during the quadrennial Mock Primary Election in January, this… Read More

November 10, 2016

Student Wins Twitter Journalism Contest at Garden State Scholastic Press Association Conference

GSSPA Twitter Contest

By Andrew Rowan ’19, Marketing and Communications Student Intern On October 28, Andrew Rowan ’19 was announced as the winner of the Twitter reporting contest during the Garden State Scholastic Press Association (GSSPA) Fall Press Day. He created a Twitter account for the day and you can view his award-winning recap of the conference below…. Read More

November 9, 2016

Nick Tursi ’17 Finishes as Semifinalist in International Chinese Bridge Competition

Semifinalist International Chinese Competition

By Sujin Kim ’18, Marketing and Communications Student Intern Senior Nick Tursi returned from the 9th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign Secondary School Students in Kunming, China on October 31. Nick advanced in the team event to the semifinals. The first round of competition was comprised of an individual computer exam, speech, and… Read More

November 9, 2016

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