>Moses Brown is an independent Quaker day school, founded in 1784.
>Come explore our 50 acre campus including 30 acres on the East Side of Providence and 20 acres of playing fields in nearby Rehoboth.
>Current enrollment (2016-2017) is 775 boys and girls, grades N-12.
>Lower School enrollment: 195, Middle School enrollment: 170, Upper School enrollment: 410
>Twenty-two percent of our student population are students of color.
>Moses Brown awards more than $3.7 million annually in need based financial aid.
>Twenty-four percent of our student population receives need-based financial aid.
>Moses Brown has 111 faculty members (105 full-time and 6 part-time faculty members).
>The student-to-teacher ratio is 8:1.
>99% of the senior class continue on to four-year colleges.
>60% of Middle School students participate in instrumental music and/or chorus.
>100% of Middle School students take a semester long drama class.
>100% of Upper School students participate in the co-curricular program.
>Nine Moses Brown students were selected to the 2015-2016 All New England Band Festival and thirteen students were selected to participate in the RIMEA (Rhode Island Music Education Association’s All-State Festival).
Moses Brown students performed in violin, viola, trombone, French horn, euphonium, clarinet, cello, bassoon, baritone saxophone, and chorus (alto and soprano).
>Ten Moses Brown students were named recipients of the 2016 Rhode Island Arts Education Association’s Scholastic Arts Awards.
The competition was open to students in grades 7-12 from public and private schools.
>Moses Brown student athletes compete at a high level in 25 sports within the Rhode Island Interscholastic League.
>A Moses Brown varsity sports team was awarded the sportsmanship award for the sixth consecutive year in 2015-2016.
>Boys and girls sports teams have won championships in everything from field hockey and ice hockey to softball and lacrosse, garnering more than five dozen titles in the last ten years.
>Moses Brown’s mascot is the Quaker.
>Moses Brown school colors are blue and white.
Moses Brown School is an independent, college-prep, Quaker day school in Providence, RI, for girls and boys in nursery through grade 12.