Wednesday, January 18: Day 6


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District Chorus

FESTIVAL BOUND

Eight students will represent PHS at the three-day Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District XI Chorus Festival starting Jan. 11 at Lower Moreland. Back row, left to right: Pragun Bhardwahj, Daniel Walker, Seanan Ellis, and Jeremy Noel. Front row, left to right: Katelyn Hughes, Kristen Dowling, Joseph Zook, and Jonathan Worthington.


News/Announcements

  • Eight Advance to FBLA State Event The Future Business Leaders of America Club attended the Regional Leadership Conference last month at Delaware Valley University. Our 39 members competed in various areas of business through a comprehensive ...
    Posted by Joe Ferry
  • Award Winners Congratulations to three PHS students who won awards at the PA State Thespian Conference in York earlier this month: Jeremy Noel (left) received a Performance Award for his Senior Audition ...
    Posted Jan 5, 2017, 8:35 AM by Joe Ferry
  • Student Artwork on Display in Sellersville Artwork by five Pennridge High School students -- Rachele Sanders, Samantha Smith, Mark Elwood, Jon Benitez, and  Andrew Jennings -- will be on display at Stella's Cafe on Main Street in ...
    Posted Dec 23, 2016, 7:03 AM by Joe Ferry
  • PHS Seniors Help Bring Water to Dominican Republic Village The weather was hot and humid, the work physically demanding, the living conditions less than comfortable.Yet Emma Kramer and Krista Tyson agree the 11 days they spent in the ...
    Posted Dec 8, 2016, 7:50 AM by Joe Ferry
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T.A.K.E.S. P.R.I.D.E. Theme

January''s T.A.K.E.S.  P.R.I.D.E. theme is "Service" 

This week’s quote is from Martin Luther King, Jr., who said:

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” 

Martin Luther King, Jr. led the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. He worked to better the living conditions for the African-Americans and the poor. He used Gandhi’s strategy of nonviolence to bring about change.


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