Moorestown Friends School is a community rooted in Quaker values and dedicated to the pursuit of educational excellence for a diverse student body within an academically rigorous and balanced program emphasizing personal, ethical and spiritual growth.
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
715 students from Preschool to Grade 12, representing over 60 school districts within a 50-mile radius of Moorestown:
Upper School (9 - 12): 291
Middle School (5 - 8): 210
Lower School: (Preschool - 4): 214
The school is located on 48 acres in the heart of Moorestown, named in 2005 as the Best Place to Live in the U.S. by Money magazine. Contiguous classroom buildings house students from Prekindergarten to Grade 12, with two preschool classrooms right next to the Lower School Building. Athletic facilities include seven all-purpose playing fields, two baseball diamonds, five tennis courts, three gymnasiums and a Field House. In 2008, the school purchased the former Greenleaf Retirement facility on Main Street, a property contiguous to the current MFS campus near the Field House and Tennis Courts. Five buildings are located on the four-acre property: the Main Building which looks out on Main Street, the South Annex, a two-floor building that the school is hoping to quickly convert to classroom space, and three other houses.
9/1 (Upper School)
Advanced Placement Courses
16 courses offered
MFS students earn admission into the most selective colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. To view a complete list of college destinations of the Class of 2010, click <a href="http://www.mfriends.org/07/Classof2010CollegeandUniversities.php" tabindex="0">here.
SAT Average Scores for Class of 2010
The total average SAT score for the Class of 2010 was 1878, the highest in South Jersey by a significant margin:
Critical Reading: 616
Avg. CR/M/WR (the new 2400 scale): 1874
Avg. CR/M (the old 1600 scale): 1245
For more information, visit <a href="http://www.mfriends.org/07/academics_US_college_guidance.php" tabindex="0">College Guidance.
With a commitment to creating a community that is ethnically, culturally, religiously and socio-economically diverse, Moorestown Friends School offers financial aid. More than one-fourth of MFS students receive financial aid. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.mfriends.org/07/admis_financial_aid.php" tabindex="0">Financial Aid.
Moorestown Friends School is committed to fostering an environment that is both diverse and inclusive. 31% of the student body are students of color. A wide variety of religious faiths are represented as well. In keeping with the Quaker philosophy of honoring each individual, students representing different ethnic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds are challenged daily to respect and learn from one another. The Camden Scholars program has a 30-year tradition of helping to foster a diverse student body at MFS. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.mfriends.org/07/admis_diversity.php" tabindex="0">Diversity.