Community Activism and Service

At Moses Brown, student clubs and activities give students even more opportunities to apply their intellects and compassion to questions of social justice.

Examples include:

Student Senate
Disciplinary Committee
Debate Team
Girl Up
RI High School Regional Ethics Bowl
Ethical Leadership/Peer Leader mentorship (Freshmen/Seniors)
Collaborations in conflict resolution with Lower School students
Student Diversity Leadership Conference
Affinity groups
Environmental Council

Additionally, service-learning trips give students the opportunity to get outside their comfort zones to learn about the world while helping others.
Opportunities include:

Spring Break Service Retreat at the Providence Friends’ Meeting House
Medical Service trip to the Dominican Republic
Yellowstone Park service trip
Nepal service trip
Puerto Rico science, sustainability, and service-learning trip

Doing well by doing good was the hallmark of Moses Brown himself, and the school that bears his name encourages students to consider how their ability to innovate can address societal challenges, serving both others and the honor of their own character.