Two UHS students to attend prestigious summer programs

Unionville High School students Michael Iacocca and Katelyn Tsai. EAST MARLBOROUGH — Two Unionville High School juniors will spend this July at two prominent Pennsylvania universities after each was selected as one of approximately 60 other students to participate in prestigious science and business programs. Katelyn Tsai will spend four weeks with students from around the country and world...

UHS Drum Line, Color Guard start competition season

The Unionville High School Indoor Color Guard and Drumline were both very active this past weekend.  The Indoor Color Guard competed at the WGI – Winter Guard International, Mid-Atlantic Regional at South Brunswick HS in New Jersey. This was the group’s first ever WGI competition. In the Scholastic A division, it placed in 6th place in prelims, out of 18 groups and made the finals...

TCHS Pickering wins 2017 Tech Bowl

TCHS Pickering won the 2017 Tech Bowl. Members of the team pose with the winning trophy. DOWNINGTOWN — “Hippocrates! Pandemic! La La Land!” In a head-to-head technical and current event knowledge showdown, the three Technical College High School (TCHS) campuses faced off at the annual TCHS Tech Bowl on Thursday, February 2. Teams from TCHS Brandywine, Pickering and Pennock’s Bridge competed...

UHS musicians shine at Disney World

The Unionville High School Marching Band parades down Main Street USA at Disney World last week. LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Under unusually warm and sunny skies, music students from Unionville High School wowed attendees at Walt Disney World with a series of performances by musicians and singers from the school Wednesday through Friday, last week. The school’s music program made its semi-regular...

“Grease’ opens tonight at Upland

Lucie Dionne and Cass Ledyard star as Sandy Olsson and Danny Zuko in Upland’s production of Grease this week. EAST MARLBOROUGH — It’s time to rock, roll and shake! Upland Country Day School is proud to present the 50’s rock and roll musical Grease, this Thursday and Friday, November 10th & 11th with a curtain time of 7:00 p.m. The cast and crew are ready to take you back in time...

Hrenko named a National Merit Scholar

Zachary Hrenko KENNETT SQUARE — Kennett High School announced that one student has been recognized as a National Merit Semifinalist in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Senior Zachary Hrenko was among approximately 1.6 million juniors who entered the 2017 National Merit Program by taking the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) that served...

Kennett High soccer players work with underprivileged youth

Kennett High School soccer players work with youths as part of the MVP360 program. KENNETT SQUARE — This September, Kennett High School’s boys’ soccer team traveled more than 60 miles to share their passion for sports with underprivileged students through the MVP360 Program in North Philadelphia. MVP360 is a program that offers youth who would traditionally be excluded from organized sports...

CASD forms partnership with WCU and Wells Fargo

New program will bring new opportunities for students By Lauren Parker- Gill, News Editor, The Times Coatesville Senior High School principal spoke to 11th and 12 the graders Wednesday to announce a partnership between the district, Wells Fargo and West Chester University. CALN – The Coatesville Area School District has embarked on an exciting partnership with Wells Fargo and West Chester University...

Caln students get to enjoy fresh fruit and vegetables

Students at Caln Elementary School sample fresh vegetables and fruits as part of a new program at the school. CALN — Imagine an elementary school child getting excited about fresh broccoli, bell pepper strips, or slices of kiwi fruit. Many students may never get the opportunity to taste fresh fruits and vegetables in their homes. This year, students in Caln Elementary School will get to snack...

Patton’s Joshi named semifinalist in National Science Fair

Viraj Joshi EAST MARLBOROUGH — Viraj Joshi of Patton Middle School has been selected as a semifinalist in the 2016 National Science Fair competition, Broadcom MASTERS®, a program of Society for Science & the Public (SSP) for his project titled, “Are 3D-Printed Orthoses More Effective than Traditional Orthoses? A Comparative Study on the Efficacy of Using 3D-Printed Orthoses.” This honor...