Why choose MB?

Learn more about Quaker education and our mission.

Read More
Grade Nursery-4

Lower School

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

Grades 5-8

Middle School

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

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.


Dominican Republic Orchestra Delights Upper School Meeting

Moses Brown’s upper school were treated to a joyful, uplifting, and interactive performance by the Orquesta Revelacion Maranatha, a Christian merengue orchestra from La Romana, Dominican Republic. The group has a partnership with the Dominican Republic Mission Team, which has close connections to MB’s DR medical service trip there in support of the Good Samaritan […]

Read More

Convocation 2023: Our Values Tell Our Story

“I have always believed in the power of rituals – those times when we gather together as a community in celebration. Today marks a beginning and an acknowledgement of all the possibilities before us.” – Katie Titus, Head of School On Wednesday, September 6, the Moses Brown School community gathered on the lawn in front...

Learn More

Welcoming new MB faces

Welcome to some new faces at MB! If you’re on campus and see any of these nice folks, we hope you’ll say hello. They are (top row left to right): Eric Drotch, Woodshop Teacher; Tricia Uber, Interim Co-Director of College Counseling; Matt Getz, US Physics Teacher; Jeff Weber, Interim US Biology Teacher; Johnny Vieira, Interim...

Learn More

Sophia Gorriaran ’23 Featured in RI PBS Weekly News

Moses Brown track athlete Sophia Gorriaran ’23, was recently featured on Rhode Island PBS Weekly News. The segment highlighted her remarkable achievements, the hard work she puts into her training, and her path to becoming a talented track athlete. Gorriaran’s track career began at a young age when she discovered her love for running. Through...

Learn More

Jaeson D’ Alessandro ’23 wins Lieutenant Governor Award

Congratulations to Jaeson “Jae” D’Alessandro, a graduating senior at Moses Brown School, who received the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for his outstanding efforts in serving the local community and effecting positive change through his leadership roles. Established in 1993, the Lieutenant Governor’s Award has bestowed recognition upon hundreds of students who have made a difference in...

Learn More

4th Grade Effort To Solve Plastic Pollution Problem Makes the News

We’re so proud of our 4th Grade students for their incredible work to urge political leaders to to pass a law to help keep our environment free of plastic. And we’re not the only ones! WPRI visited our Lower School science classroom before spring break to talk with students and teacher Elizabeth Grumbach about what...

Learn More

Student Artists Honored with Prestigious Scholastic Art Awards

Moses Brown is proud to announce two students receiving 2023 Rhode Island Scholastic Art Awards. The Scholastic Art Awards are a national arts awards competition presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. The Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent and present their...

Learn More

Gabe Amo ’05: From Middle House to the White House

Moses Brown alum Gabe Amo ‘05 has gone from Middle House to the White House! Gabe currently works at the White House as a special assistant to the president and deputy director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. He serves as President Biden’s primary liaison to mayors and other local elected officials from...

Learn More

Join our community!