Sign up for an exercise class, learn a new skill, or take up a new hobby through the Adult Evening School! Register Wednesday, Feb. 19, at PWHS. Click here to view the complete class list.
In the fall, Colonial accepted "Rachel's Challenge" — a school climate program that encourages kindness. What does it look like now? Learn from students on February 26, 9:30 a.m. at CES.
Team of three PWHS seniors used the design engineering process and Inventor software to make a keyguard for a communication device. Click here to watch a video!
Workers are installing foundations for the three-story classroom section. The first steel should be erected next month.
Seven PWHS students earn medals representing CMTHS in district competition.
UPDATE: The PWHS Cheerleader brought home fifth place in Traditional Cheer from the 2020 UCA National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Florida.
The PWHS sophomores and U.S. Navy Sea Cadets recently graduated from the USNSCC leadership academy.
Using movement, song and spoken word, the club highlighted famous African Americans and shared the importance of being proud of who you are in honor of Black History Month.
The last week in January brought The Great Kindness Challenge to Conshohocken, Ridge Park and Plymouth elementary schools, where activities and morning meeting discussions focused on kindness.
The PWHS senior is the number-one ranked 220-pound wrestler in District 1.
Visible Learning looks at hundreds of factors on student success and determines each factor's effectiveness by pulling in data from research that involves more than 80,000 studies and 300 million students.
For your donation of $5 or more, your honoree will receive a certificate that recognizes that "it takes a big heart to shape young minds." Donations support the CSDEF Teacher Grant program.
CES fourth and fifth graders celebrated "No Name-Calling Week" with special dress up days and Morning Meeting projects that focus on kindness.
PWHS engineering students design, build and race cardboard boats.
Congratulations to PWHS Senior Ben Saywitz and Junior Katie Smith for being selected for the festival recently held at Springfield Township High School.
The visitors explored Makerspaces at each building level and saw how computer programming, engineering and science help Colonial students become future ready.
Congratulations to the ten Plymouth Whitemarsh High School students named "Student of the Quarter" at Central Montco Technical High School.
New sport is sponsored by the Special Olympics, the PIAA and the PDE
Guest Speaker Robert Hackenson, Jr., shared statistics about social media use in children, as well as some tips and ground rules to help children use technology responsibly.