Archbishop Ryan students ready to ‘break a leg’ in new Black Box TheaterPosted on January 25th, 2013
For most Catholic high schools the spring production of a Broadway musical is typically the main theatrical event of the academic year. These musicals require many students to participate – both on stage and off — as well as numerous rehearsals to pull these productions together.
Student actors also need to focus on learning their lines, [...]
Support program helps St. Dominic’s students learn in their own wayPosted on January 25th, 2013
Oftentimes when Catholic students need an individualized education plan (IEP) they end up attending a public school because of the support services provided there.
Access to those services in a Catholic school setting is a win-win for parents who want their children to go to a Catholic school and receive the educational support they need. For [...]
St. Hubert’s, Lansdale Catholic students learn art history in distance learning approachPosted on January 25th, 2013
Love for art apparently has no boundaries — at least that is the case for two archdiocesan high schools.
A distance learning relationship emerged last September between St. Hubert High School, an all-girls school in Northeast Philadelphia, and Lansdale Catholic, a co-ed high school about 20 miles away in Lansdale.
The collaboration happened because of Jean Broden, [...]
Principal and student from Pope John Paul II High School honored by chamber of commercePosted on January 25th, 2013
Two members of the school community at Pope John Paul II High School in Royersford recently received unexpected recognition from the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber named Immaculate Heart of Mary Sister Janet Purcell, principal of Pope John Paul II, as educator of the year, and George Harmansky, a senior at the school, was selected for the Future Community Leader award.Read More →