Kelli Coles ran a food drive for the month of April and distributed donations to 20 Philadelphia families, stranded students at Cheyney University and the Colonial Neighborhood Council.
The Wheel of Theodorus demonstrates that non-square integers are irrational numbers.
Colonial is looking for parents, guardians, staff and community members to weigh in on action plans for the fall.
PWHS staff recently visited seniors to take them their caps and gowns. Check out some pictures!
All grades except seniors will be scheduled starting the week of June 8.
This Wednesday, May 20 will be the first of four diploma ceremonies for the distinguished Class of 2020!
PWHS All-American swimmer to compete for the NCAA Division I Explorers next year.
PWHS Seniors: Find out more information about the Diploma Ceremony!
The K-12 Physical Education teachers ran warm ups, demonstrated games and lead exercises to remind students to stay active during the quarantine. Take a look at pictures from each school!
Thank you to the PTSO and the Colonial School District Maintenance Department.
Julian Lucks has donated dozens of face shields that he made using a 3D printer.
2020 Primary Election moved to June 2 because of COVID-19. Polling places also changed.
Based upon the ideas shared by students, teachers, administration and local authorities, the PWHS team has established a plan to honor the Class of 2020.
Record-setting PWHS senior will compete for the NCAA Division I Bison.
In K-3 technology classes across the Colonial School District, students are drawing or making circuits to help them learn how electricity works.
In sixth grade English Language Arts at Colonial Middle School, the switch to remote learning coincided with a unit on poetry.
Jimmy and Johnny Clarke are working with their parents to make hundreds of masks for healthcare workers, essential personnel and others.
The creator of the musical, Hamilton, shared insights about the Founding Fathers, research methods and writing tips.
Teachers and administrators delivered signs to the homes of 370 PWHS seniors.
Updating the District's response to the developing situation.