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Moorestown High School
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Moorestown High School is located in Burlington County, New Jersey
Moorestown High School
Moorestown High School
Moorestown High School is located in New Jersey
Moorestown High School
Moorestown High School
Moorestown High School is located in the United States
Moorestown High School
Moorestown High School
350 Bridgeboro Road
Moorestown, NJ 08057

United States
Coordinates39°59′14″N 74°56′42″W / 39.987095°N 74.944918°W / 39.987095; -74.944918Coordinates: 39°59′14″N 74°56′42″W / 39.987095°N 74.944918°W / 39.987095; -74.944918
TypePublic high school
School districtMoorestown Township Public Schools
PrincipalAndrew Seibel
Asst. principalsRobert McGough
Don Williams
Faculty108.6 FTEs[1]
Enrollment1,338 (as of 2015-16)[1]
Student to teacher ratio12.3:1[1]
Color(s)     Yellow and
Athletics conferenceBurlington County Scholastic League
Team nameQuakers[2]

Moorestown High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grades from Moorestown in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States, operating as the lone secondary school of the Moorestown Township Public Schools. Moorestown High School was established in 1904 and recently completed a $12.9 million renovation and addition project, providing a modern, state-of-the-art facility.[3]

As of the 2015-16 school year, the school had an enrollment of 1,338 students and 108.6 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 12.3:1. There were 96 students (7.2% of enrollment) eligible for free lunch and 21 (1.6% of students) eligible for reduced-cost lunch.[1]

Moorestown High School was involved in the 2003 lawsuit Hornstine v. Moorestown, which involved school policies to prevent a student from becoming valedictorian because of her Individualized Education Program.

The first goal of Moorestown High School is to foster a school climate of mutual respect and dignify for all high school students and staff by providing the opportunity to learn in a non-threatening environment. A second goal is the continuance of educational technology application to all school programs by enabling students to access technological advances. Community standards and the expectations which the students bring to the school encourage participation.[4] The vision for Moorestown High School is for the continued development and maintenance of a program. This program effectively balances academics, aesthetic, and athletic elements.Courses such as digital computerized photography, internet astronomy, electronic journalism, and computerized industrial technology courses utilize the most recent technological innovations. There are approximately 1000 students. These students can choose from 174 courses and programs of study that reflect their abilities and aspirations. More than 56 percent of the student body participates in advanced placement or honors programs. Approximately 95 percent of our student body continue their education at the post-secondary level. There are 87 certified faculty members who have an average teaching experience of 13 years. Of these faculty members, the teachers of this high school are some of the highest paid in New Jersey. Most teachers here make over $100,000 a year.

Awards, recognition and rankings[edit]

For the 1999-2000 school year, Moorestown High School was awarded the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence by the United States Department of Education,[5] the highest award an American school can receive.[6][7]

The school was the 14th-ranked public high school in New Jersey out of 339 schools statewide in New Jersey Monthly magazine's September 2014 cover story on the state's "Top Public High Schools", using a new ranking methodology.[8] The school had been ranked 27th in the state of 328 schools in 2012, after being ranked 39th in 2010 out of 322 schools listed.[9] Moorestown High School is by far the highest ranked school in Burlington County. The magazine ranked the school 47th in 2008 out of 316 schools.[10] ranked the school tied for 93rd out of 381 public high schools statewide in its 2011 rankings (a decrease of 16 positions from the 2010 ranking) which were based on the combined percentage of students classified as proficient or above proficient on the mathematics (89.0%) and language arts literacy (94.8%) components of the High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA).[11]

In its 2013 report on "America's Best High Schools", The Daily Beast ranked the school 474th in the nation among participating public high schools and 40th among schools in New Jersey.[12]

In its listing of "America's Best High Schools 2016", the school was ranked 112th out of 500 best high schools in the country; it was ranked 21st among all high schools in New Jersey and eighth among the state's non-magnet schools.[13]

At Moorestown High School, students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement courses and exams. About 50% of students on average take this opportunity and take AP courses. 48% of students are male and 52% are female. The student: teacher ratio is 12:1. It is currently unranked in the National Rankings. When it comes to student proficiency, they score 37% for math. Moorestown High School students also score 50% on reading. The graduation rate is 98%. However, when it comes to college readiness, it only scores a 45.5%. It is classified as a large suburban setting school (Greco).


The Moorestown High School Quakers[2] compete in the Burlington County Scholastic League (BCSL), which operates under the jurisdiction of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) and consists of public and non-public high schools covering Burlington County, Mercer County and Ocean County in central New Jersey.[14] With 1,009 students in grades 10-12, the school was classified by the NJSIAA for the 2015-16 school year as Central Jersey, Group III for most athletic competition purposes, which included schools with an enrollment of 822 to 1,068 students in that grade range.[15] The football team competes in the Royal Division of the 95-team West Jersey Football League superconference[16] and was classified by the NJSIAA as South Jersey Group IV for football for 2017-18.[17]

Moorestown High School's record of athletic achievement includes 19 state championships in boys swimming and 15 state championships in field hockey. From 2000 through 2009, the girls' lacrosse team won 10 consecutive state championships.[18]

The NJSIAA ranks New Jersey's high school athletic programs every academic year based on their performances in various sports across athletic seasons. Among all of the state's Group III programs, MHS was ranked 2nd in 2006 (one point behind Ramapo High School),[19] 2nd in 2007[20] and was the Group III winner in 2008, with performances that included first-place finishes that season in football, both boys and girls lacrosse, and boys tennis.[21]

Sports Legends of Moorestown was presented by the Historical Society of Moorestown at the Smith-Cadbury Mansion until the end of June 2010. More than 60 athletes, most of whom are MHS alumni, representing 14 sports were featured.[22]

Bea Thomas, a coaching institution at MHS in field hockey, girls lacrosse and girls swimming, has been featured in The New York Times and Sports Illustrated.[23][24]

Athletics is a very large part of any high school. Student-athletes have been shown to be some of the most successful and dedicated students. Sports are taken seriously at Moorestown High School. Their teams are very capable of being up for a challenge. The swim teams have been very successful this season and have yet to lose. The football and field hockey team are very good as well and both won their last games. The Moorestown High School Unified Basketball Team won a Gold Medal at the Special Olympics 2018 USA Games in Seattle. The Moorestown High School Unified Basketball Team beat Ohio 27-18 to win the Special Olympics 2018 USA Games. They beat five teams in a matter of four days to win it all. They had also won their first state championship title earlier this year. The girl's soccer team has also put up quite a fight. They went to state championships again this year for the fifth time. They lost 1-0 after playing an amazing game.


  • Kevin Kirkby was inducted into the Saint Joseph's University Baseball Hall of Fame. Kirkby was named as a 3rd-team All-American in 2001; 1st team Academic All-American in 2000 and 2001; and holds 14 season or career school records.[25]


  • In 1958, the boys varsity basketball team was undefeated, 22-0, and won the Group III state championship.[26][27]
  • In 1959, the team was undefeated, 22-0, and won the Group III state championship.[26][27] The team played three memorable games in March, defeating a championship team from Philadelphia's Overbrook High School that was led by future NBA players Wali Jones and Walt Hazzard, beat Central Jersey champion Freehold by a score of 102 - 50 before a crowd of 5,000 at Camden's Convention Hall, and earned its second consecutive State Group III championship by defeating North Jersey champion Englewood, 76 - 61, before a capacity crowd of many thousands of cheering Quaker fans at Rutgers University.[28] In a game that season against Hamilton High School, Ed Douglas scored 84 points.[29]
  • Bob Meredith (1958), Ed Douglas (1959), Dave Robinson, (1959), Leroy Peacock (1960) and coach Pete Monska have been inducted into the South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame.[30]


Cross country[edit]

  • In 2001, the girls team was ranked #1 in New Jersey and top 25 nationally.[31] The team won the South Jersey Group III championship and had the fastest time for a team in Burlington County that season, in addition to runners participating in the Penn Relays and the Foot Locker National Meet.
  • In 2010, the girls team, despite having their streak of 145 consecutive dual meet victories broken with their first loss since 1998, won its 14th consecutive league championship, captured the South Jersey Group III championship, and competed in the New Jersey Meet of Champions.[32]

Field hockey[edit]


MHS competes in the West Jersey Football League.[38] In 1957, the varsity football team went undefeated, 9-0, and was awarded the South Jersey Group III championship.[39] Since the start of the playoff era in 1974, the team won the South Jersey Group III championship in 1975 and the South Jersey Group II championship in 2000.[40] In 2007, the team went undefeated, 12-0, and won the Central Jersey Group III championship by defeating Long Branch High School, 20-6.[41][42]


Ice hockey[edit]

  • In 2009 and 2010, the MHS "Quakers" won the South Jersey High School Ice Hockey League championship.[43]


In 2001, the boys' lacrosse team won the Tournament of Champions title, defeating Summit High School by a score of 8-3 in the final game of the tournament.[44] In 2008, the team won the state Group II championship in 2008 with a 9-8 victory against West Morris Central High School[45] and the state Group III championship in 2011 by defeating Ridge High School by 7-3 in the title game.[46][47]

Sean DeLaney (2006) was named to the 2009 and 2010 NCAA Division I lacrosse All-America team and is a member of the Denver Outlaws.[48][49]

The girls' varsity lacrosse team has won 21 state championships, the most of any school in the state and more than the next four programs combined; the team has won the Tournament of Champions in six of eight years since the NJSIAA instituted the final tournament in 2007.[50] From 1999 to 2010, the team accomplished an unprecedented level of achievement, including: A streak of 228 consecutive wins against New Jersey teams;[51][52] a record of 270 wins and 12 losses versus all teams, including in-state and out-of-state powers;[53] and 10 consecutive Tournament of Champions titles, emblematic of the state's top team.[50]

Mary McCarthy Stefano (1983) was named to the 1985, 1986 and 1987 NCAA Division I lacrosse All-America first team and the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.[54] Jessica Champion (2003) was named to the 2007 NCAA Division I lacrosse All-America team;[55][56] Margie Curran (2004) to the 2007 and 2008 team;[57] Cara Giordano (2005) to the 2009 team;[57] and Brooke Cantwell (2006) to the 2010 team.[58]


  • In 2008, the boys lightweight-8 rowing team placed second at the Stotesbury Cup, the nation's biggest regatta.
  • In 2009, the team placed first, beating Saint Joseph's Preparatory School by .04 seconds.[59]
  • In 2009, the girls JV-8 won third place at Stotesbury Regatta. They were the first girls boat from Moorestown Rowing Club to make it to the finals and win a medal at Stotesbury.


  • The girls' varsity team, under the coaching of Glenn Porter, won two state championships and for a month were ranked by USA Today as the number one team in the country.
  • In 2007, the girls team won the South Jersey Group III championship, its third sectional title in four years, with a 2-1 win over Clearview Regional High School.[60][61]
  • Championships:[62]
    • League championships- 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
    • South Jersey championships- 1994, 1995, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2007
    • State championships- 1994 (vs. West Morris Mendham), 1995 (co-champion with Glen Rock), 2004 (vs. Ridge High School) and 2005 (co-champion with Montgomery)[63]


  • The boys varsity swimming team has won 20 state championships.[18]
  • In 2007, the boys team won the Central Jerey B championship by defeating Ocean Township High School, 120-50.[64]
  • The boys swim team won the Public B state championships in 2014 against Princeton High School by a score of 87-83. the victory marked the program's 19th state championship and its first since 1999.[65] In 2015, the team won its second consecutive Public B title with a 94-76 win against Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School in the tournament final.[66]


Track and field[edit]

  • In 2010, the boys relay team ran a 4x100 meter race in 42.31 seconds, setting a MHS record and finishing in second place at the New Jersey Meet of Champions.[75] The relay team also ran in the New Balance Outdoor Nationals, the high school national track championship meet.[76]
  • In 2007, the girls track and field team was undefeated and won the Liberty Division championship.
  • Anna Heim (2006) set NCAA Division III records for the indoor and outdoor pole vault and was named to the 2010 Division III indoor track and field All-America team.[77][78]


  • The girls team won the conference for eight consecutive seasons.
  • In 2006, the team broke state records with 34 wins and consecutive wins, and ended the season 34-1, losing in the Group III state semifinals to Williamstown High School.[79][80][81]


Core members of the school's administration are:[82]

  • Andrew Seibel, Principal
  • Robert McGough, Assistant Principal
  • Don Williams, Assistant Principal

Notable alumni[edit]


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  23. ^ "At 92, Still Teaching Good 'D'" "Now 92 years old, Mrs. Thomas still retains some of the spark and willfulness that have served her in her 70-year athletic career. Long before female sports stars were common, she became an All-American goalie on the United States field hockey team. She played well into her 60's and has been coaching as well, choosing to defer retirement for another fall season on the sidelines as a paid coach for the Moorestown High varsity goalies. She will kick off the season at a camp and then take her familiar post on the field in the heat of August, throwing tennis balls at goalies to help train them."
  24. ^ "Bea Thomas, 86, is in her 63rd year as a coach" "Mrs. T is Bea Thomas, Moorestown's beloved field hockey goaltender coach, who has been mentoring high school athletes in southern New Jersey for 63 years. In nearly five decades as the freshman coach or a varsity assistant, the 86-year-old Thomas has helped build a powerhouse field hockey program. The Quakers have won 11 state championships in the last 22 years and have lost just one Burlington Scholastic Athletic League title since 1981."
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  26. ^ a b c South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame "Dave Robinson: One of the finest all-around athletes ever produced in South Jersey. The Moorestown High graduate was a standout in football, track and basketball in high school. He was a dominant inside player for Hall of Fame coach Pete Monska on teams that went unbeaten and won State Group 3 championships in 1958 and 1959. He was a steady scorer for the Quakers but his main contribution was his outstanding rebounding and defensive ability. In college, he opted for football where he was a two-way player at Penn State under fabled coach Rip Engle. He earned All-American honors at Penn State and in 1997 he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. He was a first round draft choice of the Green Bay Packers and became an integral member of Vince Lombardi's teams that captured the 1965 NFL championship and Super Bowls I and II. He was named All Pro three times from 1963 to 1972." Accessed September 21, 2011.
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  29. ^ Offord, Jeff. "Athletes have carved quite a niche", Burlington County Times, October 6, 2008. Accessed February 4, 2009. "84 Reasons To Remember: Ed Douglas' record. The Moorestown standout missed his first three shots against Hamilton on March 3, 1959. But using a dazzling array of jump shots and some good, honest-to-goodness free throw shooting, he ended up with a county-record 84 points. Douglas was one of the area's deadliest shooters that season. On this night he was downright lethal. He had been averaging just over 30 points per game and had a 45-point effort against Palmyra earlier that winter. Against Hamilton he finished with 36 field goals and 12 free throws. Douglas nailed a pair of foul shots to reach 82 points, then capped the evening with a long-range basket for his final points. Despite the introduction of the 3-pointer into high school basketball in the late 1980s, no county scorer has come within 25 points of Douglas' record."
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  41. ^ Rosenfeld, Josh. "Moorestown overpowers Long Branch", The Star-Ledger, December 3, 2007. Accessed December 3, 2007. "Mikey Reynolds returned the opening kickoff 92 yards to a touchdown and quarterback Shane Collier threw a 53-yard TD pass on Moorestown's first play of the second half as Moorestown recorded a 20-6 victory over Long Branch in the NJSIAA/Gatorade Central Jersey, Group 3 title game at Rutgers Stadium in Piscataway. Moorestown (12-0), No. 6 in The Star-Ledger Top 20, rebounded from a 38-0 loss to Middletown South in last year's title game to claim its third NJSIAA title and first since capturing the South Jersey, Group 2 crown in 2000."
  42. ^ 2007 Football - Central, Group III, New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association. Accessed August 6, 2011.
  43. ^ "Quakes face do-or-die game..." Mike Radano (February 21, 2011). Moorestown Patch: "Actually, the Quakes, in search of a third consecutive South Jersey High School Ice Hockey League title,..."
  44. ^ Staff. "Summit 9, Moorestown 8 (High school Boys Lacrosse scores and results)", The Star-Ledger, May 29, 2009. Accessed January 2, 2017. "Both schools had met for the overall NJSIAA championship in 2001 with Moorestown capturing the title, 8-3."
  45. ^ Daur, Erik. "Moorestown 9, West Morris 8"", The Star-Ledger, May 30, 2008. Accessed January 2, 2017. "Led by excellent passing, tenacious defense and John Marcelli's four goals, Moorestown edged West Morris, 9-8, for the NJSIAA/New Balance Group 2 championship in Basking Ridge."
  46. ^ Brower, Donald J. "Ridge (3) at Moorestown (7), NJSIAA Tournament, Final Round, Public, Group 3 - Boys Lacrosse", The Star-Ledger, June 2, 2011. "A pair of goals from senior Kyle Engel lifted fifth-seeded Moorestown to a 7-3 victory over second-seeded Ridge, No. 14 in The Star-Ledger Top 20, in the NJSIAA/Investors Savings Bank Group 3 championship in front of 550 fans yesterday at Watchung Hills High in Warren. It is the third title for the Burlington County school and its first since 2008. Moorestown also won the title in 2001."
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  53. ^ MHS page on LaxPower
  54. ^ Mary McCarthy Stefano, Lacrosse Museum and National Hall of Fame. Accessed September 7, 2011.
  55. ^ Yale Women's Lacrosse- Jess Champion
  56. ^ Yale lacrosse All-Americas
  57. ^ a b Vanderbilt lacrosse All-Americas
  58. ^ Rutgers lacrosse All-Americas
  59. ^ Sprang, Charlie. "Eustace makes it 3 in a row", Courier Post, May 17, 2009. Accessed July 6, 2011. "Meanwhile the Moorestown High School crew program made history of its own. The boys varsity lightweight eight put together a strong finishing sprint to catch St. Joseph's Prep at the finish winning the race by. 04 seconds. It was the first varsity win for the Quakers at the Stotesbury Cup in the program's history."
  60. ^ 2007 Girls Soccer - South, Group III, New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association. Accessed November 15, 2007.
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  66. ^ Deakyne, Brian. "No. 4 Moorestown boys swimming wins 2nd straight Public B title with 94-76 victory over No. 15 Scotch Plains-Fanwood", NJ Advance Media for, February 23, 2015. Accessed July 23, 2018. "On Monday night, Moorestown, No. 4 in the Top 20, had the opportunity to return the favor and cashed in as it ousted No. 15 Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 94-76, to claim its second straight NJSIAA/Star-Ledger/Parisi Speed School Public B state crown at The College of New Jersey."
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  75. ^ "Track team makes nationals..."
  76. ^ New Balance Outdoors Nationals Results
  77. ^ Anna Heim sets pole vault records.
  78. ^ Indoor Track and Field All-Americans
  79. ^ Rimback, Tom. "Good news, bad news for Moorestown Volleyball team ousted in state semis", Burlington County Times, November 10, 2006. Accessed August 9, 2012. "Playing in the first NJSIAA Group 3 semifinal match in the program's history, the Quakers girls volleyball team lost, 2-0, to Williamstown High School.Last week, two starters were dismissed from the team for violating team rules. Moorestown (34-1 record) was able to win its quarterfinal match in its first game..."
  80. ^ Staff. "Williamstown ends streak by Moorestown", Courier-Post, November 10, 2006. Accessed August 9, 2012. "The fourth-seeded Braves ended top-seeded Moorestown's state-record 34-match winning streak Thursday with a 2-0 Group 3 state semifinal victory at Ramapo High School."
  81. ^ Rimback, Tom. "Moorestown girls advance Unbeaten Quakers set state record with 34th-straight victory", Burlington County Times, November 8, 2006. Accessed August 9, 2012. "Yesterday in an NJSIAA Group 3 quarterfinal match, the Quakers beat Wayne Valley 2-0 to advance to the state semifinals for the first time in the program's history. Unbeaten Moorestown won 25-21 and 27-25 to set a state record for wins with 34."
  82. ^ Main Office, Moorestown High School. Accessed October 2, 2017.
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