Grade 5/6 Clean-up their Act

Grade 5/6 Clean-up their Act

Limpieza – end-of day clean-up – is one of many beautiful traditions at MFS.  The whole school pitches in to take care of our campus, from sweeping the meeting floor to scrubbing toilets.  It’s a powerful lesson in stewardship and teamwork, and also...
Nobel Peace Prize Project

Nobel Peace Prize Project

Did Obama deserve a Nobel Peace prize? “Maybe yes, but it was premature,” answers Chris. Chris and his grade 5/6 classmates in Spanish class each chose a prize winner to research and present. Each was passionate and informed in their written and verbal...
Sports Day 2018

Sports Day 2018

So many reasons to love this annual tradition. Organized by parents, “Dia Deportivo” brings the whole community together in a spirit of fun and activity. Oh ya, and food! Our PE teacher Edgar once again organized an all-day soccer tournament for children...
Life is a Journey

Life is a Journey

“The existence, the physical universe is basically playful. There is no necessity for it whatsoever. It isn’t going anywhere. That is to say, it doesn’t have some destination that it ought to arrive at…” – Alan Watts. Tuesday morning assemblies...
Christmas Program 2017

Christmas Program 2017

Our last day of the semester is always fun and sometimes magical, with songs and skits from every class, graduation diplomas for grades 6, 9 and 12, and usually something unusual from the staff.  Enjoy these photos and videos from this year’s, which was filled...
Cleaning up after Nate

Cleaning up after Nate

“We wanted to do something unique; something that no-one else would have done otherwise,” explained one grade 12 student.  As the class mulled over a suitable Community Service project, they thought of Charlie, who had lost his house during October’s...