Colonial Elementary School fourth grader's love of drawing pigs turned into a winning lantern design for the 2019 Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival.
In the Colonial School District, students accomplish great things in and out of the classroom.
The Colonial Student Spotlight shares some of these stories.
Colonial Middle School has royalty among its students. Eighth Grader Cailey Ryons is the current Miss Bucks County's Outstanding Teen.
Fourth grader organizes scout troop effort to benefit the Colonial Neighborhood Council.
PWHS senior wins sportsmanship award from Whitemarsh Youth Basketball.
PWHS freshman wins Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation Scholarship.
PWHS Junior Shane O'Shea's love of the outdoors and passion for writing came together in a story that won first place.
Sophomore overcomes obstacle to set school swimming record.
Conshohocken Elementary third grader is a fierce competitor on the wrestling mat and model student in her classroom.
PWHS sophomores earn certificates for completing training program with the United States Naval Sea Cadets Corps.
Colonial Elementary School fifth grader rallies friends and family to make greeting cards for military overseas during the winter holidays.
Distinguished Honor Roll student is all-conference volleyball player.
Whitemarsh Elementary School second grader Molly Brien helped make Halloween better for some local children — and she's not stopping there.
Colonial fifth grader to compete on reality TV show.
A standout in the classroom and on the athletic field, Reardon recently helped lead PWHS to its sixth straight Suburban One League American Conference field hockey championship.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School senior completes artificial intelligence program.