During the pandemic, the Colonial Elementary School fifth grader learned new skill and turned it into a business that gives back to the community.
In the Colonial School District, students accomplish great things in and out of the classroom.
The Colonial Student Spotlight shares some of these stories.
The Colonial Middle School sixth grader used her free time during the pandemic to start Baking A Difference, a nonprofit organization that donates all proceeds from its baked goods to charity.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Junior wrote award-winning short story to earn $500 prize and an e-book publishing contract.
PWHS Junior released his first album on streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music. Read more about it in this article by Marisa Sloan, PWHS Class of 2021.
The PWHS senior received a Widener University High School Leadership Award, presented in partnership with WCAU-TV NBC10.
The PWHS Sophomore was recently named Harmonville Fire Company's Junior Firefighter of the Year.
Colonial Elementary School Fourth Grader's fifth annual Lemonade Stand brought in more than $700 for the Colonial Neighborhood Council.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Senior named Best Supporting Actor by Broadway World.
The PWHS sophomores and U.S. Navy Sea Cadets recently graduated from the USNSCC leadership academy.
The Conshohocken Bears 7u, under 65-pound, football team recently brought home medals, a team trophy and plenty of memories of winning a national title in Virginia.
Ridge Park Elementary School first grader was inspired to dance by The Nutcracker and now will perform it with the Donetsk Ballet of Ukraine.
The Plymouth Elementary third grader practices ice skating four to six times a week and recently joined Philadelphia Symmetry, a synchronized ice skating team.
The PWHS sophomore was the first of more than 200 runners across the finish line in the Brad Fox Memorial 5K Foundation's Annual Fox Trot.
Colonial Middle School seventh grader performs as a member of the Junior Soulmates Dance Team for the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football team.
Colonial Elementary School fourth grader's love of drawing pigs turned into a winning lantern design for the 2019 Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival.