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Meaningful Learning, Purposeful Life

Distance Learning

The faculty and staff at MPFS are allowed the flexibility to craft an outstanding distance learning program and had the ability to do test-runs before the stay-at-home order was put into place. Additionally, each family has been equipped with Chromebooks to ensure that all MPFS students, regardless of finances, are able to successfully participate. 

Friends Education

Friends have been linking intellectual, social and spiritual growth for nearly 400 years. Teachers in Friends schools aim to expose children to a “way of seeing the world” that will have a lasting impact on their lives, nurturing a passion for the truth and concern for social justice; and confidence that they can make a difference.

Service Learning

Our belief that our students are preparing for morally-based, global citizenship impels us to utilize the world around us, so they learn that there’s a larger community of which they are a part, that they can participate in it helpfully and that they can influence the lives of others in powerful, positive ways.

STEAM Education

STEAM Education is the integration of science, technology, engineering, art, math, and music across grades. The cross-curriculum, project-based approach to STEAM at MPFS prepares students for critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, adaptability, and more in a quickly advancing world.

Afterschool Enrichment

A rotating schedule of structured after school enrichment courses for every age group is offered each trimester. Classes may include Art Open Studio, Little Naturalists, Ceramics, Cooking, Math & Science Club, Drama, Photography, Zumba, Rock Jam Studio, Tae Kwon Do, Sewing, Yoga, and more.

Makerspace

The Makerspace is a space solely dedicated to encouraging students of all ages to innovate, problem-solve, and create. Students will be equipped with high tech tools, such as a 3D printer; low tech tools, including handsaws and hammers; and tools in between, such as sewing machines.

143

Years in Friends Education

8:1

Student to Teacher Ratio

48%

of Students Receive Need-Based Aid

3,956

Miles Traveled From Media to Costa Rica for the 8th Grade Trip

Around Campus

A Message from T. Jon Re: George Floyd, Protests, & Processing with Our Students

It’s impossible not to be shaken, saddened and angry at the senseless death of George Floyd on Monday. I know I speak for the entire faculty and staff when I join thousands of other organizations in offering our condolences to his family, his community, and African American communities across the nation... 

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Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #9

It's our final week of 8th Grade Q&As! Our final two interviews will be posted this Wednesday and Friday, leading up to the Celebration of the Class of 2020. Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!


What do you think is the most important lesson you’ve learned at MPFS?
Advocating for yourself and advocating for people who can't do that for themselves.

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Get to Know Your Grad: Countdown to Class of 2020 Graduation! #8

Here's this week's final 8th Grade Q&A! New interviews will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday leading up to the Celebration of the Class of 2020. Join us in getting to know what makes an MPFS graduate so special as we countdown to the big day!

What do you think is the most important lesson you’ve learned at MPFS?
Just try to be open to new things. I really didn't feel comfortable with new things until I came to this school, but then I started to open up a lot more.

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