She looks forward to forming bonds with new teammates.
Congratulations to the PW Softball and Baseball teams who start state playoffs on Monday, June 5! PW Baseball away against Father Judge at 4 p.m. and PW Softball away against Hazelton at 5 p.m. Go, Colonials! Click through for tickets!
Gov. Shapiro visited Colonial Elementary School on June 1 to highlight the importance of continuing the universal free breakfast program.
Student athletes take time off the field to serve the community.
Guest presenters from SEEN: Spellers Empowering Education for Nonspeakers shared videos and used letterboards to spell answers to questions from second graders.
The varsity cheerleader is looking forward to competing at the Division I collegiate level.
The group won Best Marketing, Best Sound, Best Small Ensemble, and Best Ensemble for their spring musical Urinetown.
The Colonial Middle School eighth grader wrote an essay that won second place in the 2023 Ben Strauss Youth Program Middle School Teen Essay Contest through the Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia.
The School Board approved the calendar change since not all the built-in inclement weather days were used this year.
A speech pathologist for Colonial, Ms. Conway was recognized for her work as an advocate for people living with autoimmune and anti-inflammatory arthritis-type diseases. Read about it in this spotlight by PWHS senior Katie Parris.
Officers from the Conshohocken Police Department shared bike safety tips and helped guide students through an obstacle course.
The event included representatives from the Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard, plus military academies, ROTC, and the Army National Guard.
Students learned from people in a variety of professions, including farming, banking, medicine, law enforcement, and the arts.
The CES team spent many hours working on their addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills to prepare for the competition - and it paid off.
Come join the Black Cultural Awareness Club at their annual end of the school year fashion show. This year’s festivities will showcase many small businesses and offer a plethora of black-owned vendors to buy from.
After spirited send-offs at Whitemarsh and Colonial elementary schools, the athletes traveled to Hatboro-Horsham to compete in races, as well as jumping and throwing events.
Lights, cameras, action! New club at PW takes on the challenge of producing a film in the walls of our very own school. Read more about it in this story by PWHS senior Katie Parris!
Students entering grades 8-12 are invited to learn more about the marching band May 25 or June 8. Parents/guardians can also attend an informational meeting May 25.
The senior is looking forward to putting in the work to improve her times.
Students planted vegetables and flowers and will be continuing to care for the school's garden plot.