Smith will perform and compete with approximately 70 other theater students chosen from approximately 1,800 high school nationwide.
Read Dr. Christian's email about the return to in-person instruction and the need for COVID-19 mitigation efforts at home.
Performances are available via livestream at 7:30 p.m. on April 23, April 24, April 30, and May 1. Click here to order tickets.
Students participated in dress up days, read alouds, and Morning Meeting discussions to learn about what Autism is — and how to practice acceptance.
Students tracked their reading minutes and asked friends and family to pledge an amount per minute.
Money will be used to purchase much-needed equipment to assist with the efficient delivery of healthy meals to students.
While families can continue to remain virtual, April 12 marked the first day Colonial offered in-person learning to all students in more than a year.
Support music students and the non-profit organization Laurel House by watching the spring concert and making a donation at the same time.
The Colonial Players' production of We Aren't Kids Anymore is planned to debut as a livestream this month. Click here for updates and the link for tickets.
Members of the PWHS Best Buddies Club helped raise awareness about inclusion through the Spread the Word 5k Run/1 Mile Walk.
Three-week summer program for current K-5 students targets reading and math. Free small group instruction. Transportation included. For more information and to register, click here!
Congratulations to PWHS seniors Miguel Zarzoso, Madelyn McClure, Katie Smith, Aaron Rueter, and ninth grader Leena Krayyem.
Sign up for a virtual class during our mini-spring session!
The children made dog treats and birthday cards for the therapy dog, who visits the class regularly and listens to the students read.
First graders in Mrs. Jennings' class created poems based on the colors of the rainbow and wrote about when they feel lucky.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School students, faculty, and staff "rocked their socks" and raised money to support families of children with disabilities.
The three teams have been working all year on building spontaneous problem-solving skills and developing an eight-minute skit.
Colonial is celebrating March's Youth Art Month by highlighting student artwork. This week's Artists of the Week feature students from the K-5 elementary schools.
The Colonial Community raised $2,500 for the BCA Club Scholarship Fund and brought in nearly 200 books for the CMS Black History Month Book Drive.
Symptoms of COVID-19 and seasonal allergies can sometimes overlap. Contact your child's primary care provider to review and update their medications.