Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Semester 2 open house will be held on Thursday, February 7, 2019, beginning at 7:00 PM
Sign up for 2019 Cheer Camp on August 8 & 9 at PWHS. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
Children with a parent or guardian who becomes unemployed may become eligible for free and reduced price meals if the household income drops below the income limit. Click here for more information and a link to apply.
Tickets on sale for the fundraiser that supports PWHS Girls Basketball programs.
Colonial's new online registration makes it easy to get started. Click here for more information.
PWHS Final Exams will be held January 23rd - January 25th for grades 9 - 12.
February 15 the Open Minds competition returns to Plymouth Whitemarsh High School. An information session will be held after school on Wednesday, Feb. 13, from 2:45 -3:30 with representatives from La Salle University.
PSAT Results are in! Students can go to the College Board website to access.
Attention all princesses and superheroes! Meet your favorite characters, eat breakfast and enjoy fun activities. Note: The date for the Princess & Superhero Party is not correct on the printed District calendar.
The 2019 Plymouth Whitemarsh miniTHON will take place on March 23 in the new gymnasium and cafeteria. To register, please visit the Four Diamonds Site.
At Plymouth Elementary School, Mrs. Weidamoyer's second graders took the MLK Day Challenge and made "sock rolls" for homeless Philadelphians.
Mrs. Hope's and Mrs. Bell's classes will be working over the next few weeks to earn "Peace Awards" for doing kind things for other people.
The students responded to the prompt, "I have a dream," in their writing class.
Colonial Elementary School fifth grader rallies friends and family to make greeting cards for military overseas during the winter holidays.
Several members of the Class of 2019 already know where they will continue their education after graduation.
PWHS Best Buddies wove recycled plastic bags into mats for area homeless people in a project coordinated by the William Jeanes Memorial Library and a new organization called Integrate for Good.
Mrs. Litwin's book, Prickle, was released this past fall. The story follows a young girl, her quest for a pet and a cactus.