Upper School

Upper school is when young people begin to stretch towards the adults they will become.

As a Quaker school, Moses Brown strives to develop in every student the skills they will need to be compassionate, competent, and considerate leaders and stewards of the communities of which they will be part.  They experience and demonstrate the respect and care that are required by our shared humanity.  In their time in the upper school, students learn to solicit diverse perspectives; listen deeply; use reflection and discernment to evaluate and interpret data; and make conscious, well-considered decisions.  They learn that individual choices are inherently related to social problems and solutions, and that individual voices can be powerful tools for advocacy and change.  When they leave Moses Brown, students leave empowered—not just to find their Truth, but to live and share it with courage and commitment.

Meet the Upper School faculty.



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