For the Honor of Truth

Instilling the utmost care for learning, people, and place.

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In the joy of discovery, young children develop a love of learning that endures for a lifetime.

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Middle School


Ready for bigger challenges, middle schoolers take on more responsibility for their learning and development under the guidance of caring adults.

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Grades 9-12

Upper School


Upper school students realize that while they have much to learn, they also have much to contribute, and dive deeply into the passions that will shape their lives.

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Rooted in the Past, Preparing Students for the Future.

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In a world where vast stores of knowledge are available on one’s phone, students need to learn how to analyze new information, synthesize it with what they know, and form an independent viewpoint.  And with the ability to broadcast to the globe with just a few clicks, it’s imperative that they have a moral framework to guide them.

At Moses Brown, children learn to read with insight, speak persuasively, and write clearly.  It’s all grounded in the Quaker belief that every person matters.  Come see for yourself why after more than two centuries, Moses Brown is still leading the way.

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News

Coach Laurie Center Recognized by The NFOSHA

We are pleased to announce that Laurie Center is being recognized as the NFHS Coaches Association 2017-18 State Coach of the Year in Rhode Island for the sport of Girls Basketball. Congratulations to Laurie on this well-deserved recognition by the National Federation of State High School Associations, recognizing all of her work with student-athletes over […]

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Pride of Rhode Island – and MB!

Athletics

Kari B. ’19 is one of 36 lax players named to the U.S. under-19 training team, and the only one from the state of Rhode Island. Kari and the U.S. U19 women’s national team will be competing in this weekend’s Team USA Fall Classic at U.S. Lacrosse Headquarters in Maryland. The U.S. women’s U19 team...

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Moses Brown and Beat the Streets Partnership

Athletics

Moses Brown and Beat the Streets are excited to partner together to provide youth in the Providence area with a “home” where they can participate in wrestling and be mentored by top-quality coaches. In addition to providing the lower school MB Fit in the winter and spring seasons, we are working together to reintroduce the...

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Note 2 Self

Community

What if you could send one message back in time to your childhood self?  What would you say? The brainchild of Moses Brown alumna Alisha Pina ’96, Note 2 Self is an evening in which leading thinkers share their answers to this profound and poignant question. Join seven leading Rhode Island women as they reveal the...

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Welcome to MB!

Community

New Staff and Faculty Join Moses Brown for the 2018-19 School Year Several new faculty and staff were officially introduced to the MB community at the opening of school. Some began at MB during the last school year. We are pleased to have all as part of our school! Jason Bloom is MB’s new interim...

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Moses Brown Announces New Head of Lower School

Academic Highlights

This summer, Moses Brown is pleased to welcome the new leader of MB’s lower school: Osvaldo José (OJ) Martí. OJ joined the MB community in July. He was the founding Head of School at Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy, Middle School 2 in Lincoln, and previously worked for Highlander Charter School and Teach for America...

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College-Bound Athletes

Athletics

Congratulations to these seniors who look forward to playing a sport at their college or university destination in the fall. Click on each image to see a larger image. Students not pictured: Adam Towey (lacrosse), Jack Steckler (golf), and Jake Studley (baseball)

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Upper School Faculty Member Jennifer Stewart Receives The Fulbright Award In Teaching

World-Class Teachers

Moses Brown School is pleased to announce that upper school history teacher Jennifer Stewart has received a Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching, which provides K-12 teachers the opportunity to take a leave of absence to do practical research abroad. The Fulbright program’s mission is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States...

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H.S. Students to Study Farm-to-Fork Food Service at Chez Innovation

Project-Based Learning

At Segue Institute for Learning in Central Falls, the food is running out. More precisely, their food service contract with Aramark expired at the end of June, and a non-renewable stop-gap contract with Chartwells will get them through one more year.  After that, they’re on their own.  That’s where the kids come in. A team...

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Community Leaders to Consider Pitch Tackling Food Insecurity

Expert Thinking

Approximately 13% of Rhode Island households are unsure where their next meal will come from. On Friday, May 4, at 1:15 p.m., Moses Brown School students will propose a way to address this problem to prominent Rhode Island social entrepreneurs, members of the MB community, and elected officials. As part of “Economics of Social Innovation,”...

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