Attention Junior Parents: Appointments have been made for Senior Portraits. They will take place after school May 14th - May 17th.
PWHS PTSO Post Prom Party will be held on Friday, June 8, 2018 at the Greater Plymouth Community Center. Parent volunteers are needed to make this night a success. To volunteer your time, click here.
PWHS students raised over $23,000 for pediatric cancer.
Proceeds will help economically disadvantaged students at CMS and PWHS fully participate in clubs, sports and other activities.
Run by Coach Donofrio. Session One dates and times have been coordinated with changes to district calendar end of school dates.
The PWHS Final Exam and end of year schedule can be viewed by clicking here.
Guests from Firstrust Bank learned how to program robots in the new CES Innovation Lab, toured the new baseball field and more.
PWHS' all-time scoring leader named the 2017-18 6A Player-of-the-Year by the Pennsylvania Sports Writers.
Elementary children in Colonial read more than 82,900 minutes in order to raise money for families of severely ill children through the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House.
Conshohocken Elementary first graders were able to see some of the things they had learned about wetlands and the environment firsthand.
The CMS AVID class recently welcomed guest speaker Tom Nailor, a therapist at the University of Pennsylvania. The AVID program gives students in the academic middle organizational and study skills to help them be more college ready.
Someone kidnapped the Plymouth Whitemarsh High School mascot, leaving behind a ransom note. It was up to the students to use science to figure out who did it.
The Colonial Technology Student Association (TSA) gives CMS and PWHS students opportunities to develop leadership and STEAM skills through activities and competitions.