|Spring Tea: a Gathering of “Friends”|
Thursday, May 23, 2013 -- 10th annual afternoon tea. Please join us in celebrating spring, after the school day 3:30–5:00 p.m., downstairs in the Providence Meetinghouse. Meet and renew acquaintances with friends/Friends in our mutual communities of Moses Brown School and Providence Monthly Meeting.
|Softball players named to division team|
Congratulations to the fallowing softball players for earning all Division Honors.
Emma R. 1st Team Division 2 East
Jill D. 2nd Team Division 2 East
Lydia D. 3rd Team Division 2 East
Cat M. Honorable Mention Division 2 East
|25 different ways to serve the community|
On May 17, the entire upper school student body, as well as faculty and staff, spent the morning serving the greater Providence community. Twenty-two off campus locations, and three on-site, were identified by student organizers as places where we could lend helping hands.
|Congratulations to awarded middle school language students|
Congratulations to MB middle students who scored highly on their national language exams. Students tested in the following languages of Spanish, Latin, and French. Read the full list of awarded students by clicking the headline.
|MB student recognized as 2013 U.S. Presidential Scholar|
Congratulations to Jessica Magro '13 for being named a U.S. Presidential Scholar representing the state of Rhode Island. Jessica is one of only two students in our state to be honored this year. Upper school teacher Karen Lustig was selected by Jessica as her most influential teacher.
|Wanted: Moses Brown seniors gain acceptances from 155 colleges|
Congratulations to the Moses Brown senior class, who earned acceptances to 155 different colleges and universities this year. Most seniors will have made their decisions this past week, with May 1 as the deadline. For a look at all of the colleges that offered admission to MB seniors, read the full list here.
Read highlights of the season from Scotte Gordon, director of College Counseling by following the above link.
How do simple machines work? Does temperature change impact cricket metabolism? Do you understand the physics of golf and baseball or music, how seeds are germinated, or the fundamentals of boat hull design? Well, if not, 8th grade is on the job! These questions and more are being addressed through this year's Independent Study Projects. Research presentations have begun! Good luck to all 8th grade students.
|Lower School Spring Concert|
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Location: Field House
|Upper School String Orchestra and Chorus Spring Concert|
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Sinclair room
|Versatones ~ A Cappella Fest|
Location: Sinclair room
|Spring Athletic Awards Assembly|
12:30 PM to 1:00 PM
Location: Alumni Hall