We are excited to report that since our last communication, we received a final total of 33 strong applications from a diverse pool of candidates and the application process is now closed. The Head Search Committee has met weekly over the past several months and we are pleased to share our progress toward welcoming a new Head of School to our community...
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Years in Friends Education
Student to Teacher Ratio
of Students Receive Need-Based Aid
Miles Traveled From Media to Costa Rica for the 8th Grade Trip
We are so proud of our 5th-8th grade soccer team, led by Coach Ryan Dunne, who finished the season with a record of 8-1-1. Go Dragons! An impressive improvement from last year’s record of 2-7. Our Dragons allowed almost 30 fewer goals this season and scored nearly 5 times as many goals compared to last year...
Our 3rd grade class recently learned about the Buddhist Tale of Giving Supriya's Gift with T. Laura and T. Shannon. Below are there responses to this reading. We are so proud of their thoughtful answers...