Catholic Schools Week 2014
Mercy Vocational High School tapped among 10 fair trade schools in U.S.
Mercy Vocational High School in Philadelphia is proud to announce its official designation as a fair trade school. The school is the only co-ed Catholic vocational school in the United States.
Exton Catholic school students counting benefits of math
At SS. Philip and James, seventh and eighth grade algebra students ranked high in a Catholic Math League competition. They know a good foundation in math will serve them their whole life.
Eyeing retirement, Cardinal O’Hara president reflects on career in education
Bill McCusker’s life in Catholic education began in Delaware County schools, and will end there in June when he retires from Cardinal O’Hara High School, where he spent 31 years.
Ardsley school launches video to promote Open House
Good Shepherd Regional Catholic School believes it is not too early to register children for the September 2014 school term. An Open house Feb. 9 aims to promote the school's offerings.
Queen of Angels Regional School hosts open house
The many features of the Willow Grove School, including before and after care, technology in the classroom and student activities, will be on display.
Willow Grove school gets ready for kindergarten
Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School will host a unique and fun event to introduce families to the school's kindergarten program.
Bishop Shanahan’s high-achieving junior overcomes more than most
Joseph Kelly’s anxiety disorder and Asperger’s syndrome haven’t stopped him from becoming an award-winning leader at the Downingtown high school, and he advises people not to judge him on those diagnoses. He’s doing just fine.
Archbishop Wood kicks off Catholic Schools Week with special visitor
Archbishop Charles Chaput visited students, faculty and administrators at Archbishop Wood High School in Warminster to celebrate Mass and kick off this year's Catholic Schools Week on Monday, Jan. 27. In CatholicPhilly.com's video, the archbishop examines the meaning for the celebration -- and puts students on the spot with a few questions.
Archbishop Chaput visits Archbishop Wood HS
Archbishop Charles Chaput visited students, faculty and administrators at Archbishop Wood High School in Warminster to celebrate Mass and kick off this year's Catholic Schools Week on Monday, Jan. 27. See CatholicPhilly.com's photo gallery of the visit.
Bonner-Prendie grads marry in their old high school chapel
A theater-loving couple said “I do” in the chapel of the Delaware County high school, which itself saw a long courtship before getting hitched. Now other couples can seek permission for marriages in a chapel.