I find it ironic this is historically a Quaker school.
Not really- They are up to their old old tricks: viz
"PACIFIST QUAKERS ATTEMPT TO DE-PACIFY IROQUOIS WITH FIREARMS, BUT NO SALE
1755? Pennsylvania Quakers try to sell arms and ammunition the Iroquois but fail:
``If you are inclined to carry on a War against any Nation, we have everything fit to kill Men with in plenty, such as Guns, Swords, hatchets, Powder, Lead, clothing, and Provisions, which we are Ready to furnish you with...If you should determine to strike the English you must kill the Soldiers only, and not us for we have no hand in the War nor will we concern ourselves with it but supply you with everything in Plenty, as we have enough. And if you should Determine to strike the French, we will likewise furnish you Plentifully, with everything for that Purpose.`` ,
`Against the acts of the Pennsylvania Quakers and traders, royal officials, Denny, Johnson and the army made such determined opposition that the scheme collapsed.`
secondary source: "Ticonderoga`s Lost Forgotten Forts...", Chapt. 3.
primary source: Phillips, I, p.534-535 cites Johnson, Jan 29, 1758, who wrote that this was from speeches delivered to the Mohawks [by the Quakers] and brought to him, apparently by a Tuscarora chief; Great Britain Colonial Office 5, 50; copy in Library of Congress 93, p.221
Phillips, Paul Chrisler, "The Fur Trade", 2 vols., Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1961
This is my thought too. Maybe they are Quaker in name only.