Our unique approach balances academic excellence with personal growth. We support students on their journey of self-discovery, while challenging them to develop their unique ideas, find their distinct voice, and cultivate a love of learning.
Please explore our site and learn more about the programs and people that empower our talented young minds to achieve great things.
Innovation serves as the foundation of our efforts to cultivate modern day academic rigor.
The journey at MBS is an end in itself, an opportunity to discover, explore, and grow as a thinker, a learner, and a human being.
We are deeply invested in guiding students to reach their potential within a life of balance and authentic learning.
$50 million over 15 years has transformed our 22-acre campus, enhancing its ability to deliver high-level academic rigor to our students.
The stories of our accomplished alumni provide an insightful view of the life-lasting impact an MBS education has upon our graduates.
Congratulations to MBS girls ice hockey head coach Bruce Driver P’04, P’10, who picked up his 350th career victory.
Sports and wellness have always been passions for Dr. Julie Guempel Rosania ’09, a lifelong athlete, a coach, and a physical therapist.
For Trevor Baptiste '14, Morristown Beard School was a place of possibilities where he developed a true passion for lacrosse.
Professional ice hockey player Kendall Cornine ’15 learned discipline, hard work, accountability, and teamwork playing the sport she loves.
The journey to Dan McHale '97's dream job coaching some of college basketball's most well-known programs began at Morristown Beard School.
A celebrated attorney and judge, Siobhan Teare ’77 traces her legacy of civic responsibility and leadership to her days at Morristown Beard School.
Gabby Farquhar ’13 credits MBS with sparking her scientific curiosity and equipping her with skills fundamental in her career so far.
Tatiana Johnson ’12 says she would not have succeeded as a DI basketball player without the academic foundation laid at MBS.
Emily Farnum '02, a psychotherapist with her own private practice, says she was able to chart a path to success by knowing the value of keeping an open mind and takiing risks.