Happy Summer! School is out and the summer has arrived, but what will you do with kids to keep them busy and feed their creative minds? Use your imagination! Not only is there so much to do in the summer, but a lot of summer activities are affordable or even free!
Happy Graduation, PALCS Class of 2017! We will be celebrating over 300 students graduating from PALCS, many of whom will be traveling to Lancaster from around the state to stand on stage with their fellow graduates and faculty at the Lancaster Mennonite High School. Just like last year, there will be a livestream of the graduation ceremony beginning at 2 pm on Saturday, June 17, 2017.
Happy Last Day of School! As the 2016-2017 school year comes to a close, we want to reflect on what a wonderful school year this has truly been! Our students and staff have worked so hard all year long and we could not be more proud.
The good news keeps on coming for PALCS 11th grader William McGregor. On Saturday, May 13, 2017, at the 42nd Stulberg International String Competition, 17 year old William won first place and the gold medal for the double bass.
Many people are surprised that as a cyber school, PA Leadership still holds prom every year. Prom is an annual event students and faculty look forward to each year. It is a momentous occasion for all involved and this year was no different. Two proms are held, one on the East and one on the West part of the state.
Calling the PALCS community! Let’s PICNIC! Come out and celebrate a successful 2016 - 2017 school year with your fellow PALCS students, teachers, and staff! PALCS students in grades K-12, their parents and their siblings are all invited to sign up and join in on the fun! We will be having two picnics, one on the east and one on the west!
Calling all PALCS students, families and alumni: we need your help! Have you ever wanted to tell the world what PALCS means to you? How PALCS has affected your life? Now is your chance! We want you to share your experience and tell the world how cyber school has worked for you and your family!
On Friday, April 28, 2017 several PALCS University Scholars Program (USP) Moot Court Teams traveled from all over Pennsylvania to Princeton University for a two day tournament. USP sent 7 teams total to compete, which is the most ever for the program. Each team consisted of 2 students, and we could not be more proud of the 14 students who competed. We are so happy to announce that one of our very own teams took first place out of 63 teams!
Our students here at PALCS amaze us every day, with their dedication, motivation and compassion. Danielle Guth, PALCS 12th grader, is a prime example. As Danielle’s senior year is winding down, there seems to be no slowdown in sight for this bright young woman who be attending Immaculata University next fall.