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Summer Programs 2019

Moorestown Friends School Summer Programs offers a wide variety of creative, enriching, and fun courses for children throughout South Jersey from age 3 through high school. To see all Summer Scholars class dates and offerings at a glance, click here.

If you wish to receive more information, please fill out this inquiry form. Questions may be directed to Director of Summer/Auxiliary Programs Martha Cameron at 856-914-4493 or

Attention: Current 7th-10th graders!

Now in its second year, the MFS International Scholars Program will return to Salamanca, Spain this summer for another amazing two weeks of academic and cultural immersion. This year’s travel dates are July 13 – 28, 2019.

What do last summer’s participants have to say?

“I am so thankful I could go with MFS to Salamanca. When our two weeks were finished, I wasn’t ready to leave; I had made great friends and lasting memories that will stay with me forever.”

“My time in Salamanca was amazing and I definitely would do it again if I had the opportunity.”

“Although I expected my Spanish to improve, I was genuinely surprised by how much.”

Questions may be directed to Rob Nasatir ( or Martha Cameron ( Registration is now open.

Recent Blog Posts

A close-up look at courses from previous summers!

Week 6 (August 6-10): Junior Scholars

Rocketry and Launching Things - Deb Bruvik In Rocketry & Launching Things, young scientists began the week exploring the science behind things that fly…specifically the basic forces of flight: gravity, thrust, drag, and lift. In our first challenge they made paper...

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Week 6 (August 6-10): Senior Scholars

Architectural Design with CAD - Tony Gore This week the scholars have been learning and experimenting with Cad Software to develop architectural designs. On Monday and Tuesday we began learning about the features of the software and currently, we are making our own...

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Week 6 (August 6-10): Youth Scholars

American Sign Language - Kristy Davies This week started off with an immediate ‘hands up’ as the children learned to sign their names on the first day. Within the first two days, your campers have learned simple questions, responses to those questions and statements....

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Week 6 (August 6-10): Mini Scholars

Animals Along the Amazon - Andrea Bourne  We are having fun learning all about the Amazon rainforest and the diverse group of animals and insects that live there. We began the week by exploring different types of snakes, taking a closer look at real snake skins and...

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Week 6 (August 6-10): Tot Scholars

The Expansive Ocean - Garrett McVaugh It has been an exciting start to our week. The children have come to camp eager to share what they know about the ocean. They have told us that “anemones protect the fish from being eaten” and that “sharks eat stuff in the sea.” ...

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Week 5 (July 30-August 3): Junior Scholars

Design and Develop your own App - Matt Wartenberg This week Junior Scholars are learning valuable design principles for mobile applications including user interface dos and don'ts, how to improve user experience, and are getting hands-on experience building an app...

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Week 5 (July 30-August 3): Senior Scholars

Woodworking - Kevin McGuire The woodworking class started out talking about why they signed up for the class and what they have done in the past. Some wanted to build things and others wanted to learn how to use tools to help with projects around the house. Everyone...

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Week 5 (July 30-August 3): Youth Scholars

Icky Sticky Science - Kaitlin Kozmaczewski Icky Sticky Science has been off to a great start!  At the beginning of the week, we talked about color, how our eyes see color, and how we mix colors together. The students created their own colors with water paints, used...

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Week 5 (July 30-August 3): Mini Scholars

Japanese Art - Andrea Bourne  We are experiencing Japanese culture this week by learning many of the country’s unique art forms. The art of paper folding, known as origami, is helping us to transform a flat piece of paper into everything from cranes and pinwheels, to...

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