All school-age children in Colonial are eligible for free meals for the full 2020-2021 school year! Click here for detailed information on how to order.
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.
The reusable child-size masks feature Philadelphia landmarks, smiley faces, and other prints and designs from the company Face Jawn.
Find information on free Montgomery County COVID-19 testing sites and the link to Montgomery County Office of Public Health Reopening School Guidance page.
The new International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme provides PWHS students interested in Business or Design Technology opportunities to become more globally-aware independent learners.
Take a moment to reach out to Colonial's school board members in appreciation for everything they do for the students of the Colonial School District.
A group reward in Mrs. Litwin's Responsive Classroom at Whitemarsh Elementary School helped second graders learn to be respectful and responsible.
Join Peaceful Living, Indian Creek Foundation, and Souderton Area School District for FREE seminars on the transition of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities to adulthood.
The Colonial School District Education Foundation would like to thank the donors who contributed to this year's Holiday Fund Drive.
Congratulations to seniors Aaron Rueter, Katie Smith and Nathan Cideciyan and ninth grader Sophia Somers!
Colonial School District and the Board of School Directors condemn violence of any kind, and we regard the sanctity of our democracy to be the foundation of our country.
Congratulations to those who placed at the District competition, as well as PWHS for hosting the virtual Award Ceremony.
CMS eighth graders study World War II and the Holocaust to gain a better understanding of The Diary of Anne Frank and how literature helps people remember the past.
The GIANT Company and Colonial School District Food Services Department have partnered for the program, which runs from January 1-February 28, 2021.
NAHS collected art supplies for patients at CHOP and painted kindness rocks as alternative ways to bring art and art education into the community during a pandemic.
Members of the Colonial Middle School string orchestra and chorus worked together to create a virtual version of Jingle Bells!
Senior citizens were not able to visit Conshohocken Elementary for their annual luncheon—so the students brought the meals to them.
In their technology classes, Ridge Park Elementary students programmed animated characters, dance moves and scenes using block coding.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Junior wrote award-winning short story to earn $500 prize and an e-book publishing contract.
Thanks to the Colonial School District Turf Department and Custodial Staff for making sure Colonial campuses are safe and accessible!