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.
Last night marked the opening of the Spring Art Show at PA Leadership’s Center for Performing and Fine Arts (CPFA), located in West Chester, PA.
On Friday, March 31st, PA Leadership’s very own 7th grade student, Danny Gauntlett, competed in National Geographic’s Pennsylvania Geography Bee (“Geo Bee”) in Harrisburg, PA. Students around the country in grades 4-8 who met the criteria were invited to compete. This was Danny’s 2nd time competing at the Geo Bee; he once competed when he was in 4th grade at his previous school and is looking forward to competing a final time in his 8th grade year. This year, he made it all the way to the semifinals and PALCS could not be more proud!
The 2017 PALCS Prom for the Western part of the state is quickly approaching and it’s no too late to join in on all the fun! Students can register to attend the prom up until the first dance on Saturday night, May 13, 2017! The West’s prom will be held at Station Square and will truly be a night to remember.
An internship isn't something you usually hear about at the high school level, but with more and more competition among today’s students, it is important for students to set themselves apart. This is why here at PALCS, we think it is so important for students to get a head start on gaining real world experiences. 10th grade PALCS student Kaylee Goetz understands how important that is, which is why she is so proud to have landed an internship this year with radio station WFYL 1180 AM in Montgomery County.
The PALCS Center for Performing and Fine Arts Dance Department would like to cordially invite you attend the CPFA annual Spring Dance Concert, taking place tonight, Friday May 5th at 7:30 pm at the Phoenixville Area Middle School located in Chester County. This will surely be a night to remember that you will not want to miss.
The high school seniors of PA Leadership Charter School Center's Performing and Fine Arts (CPFA) are proud to present their final high school exhibition. PALCS will be celebrating the fine arts with 15 remarkable students from the Class of 2017! The Senior Art show exhibit will take place from April 20 - June 20.
On Thursday, March 30th, at PA Leadership’s Advanced Ideas Center (AIC) in West Chester, 4 middle school mock trial teams met and competed in the annual Friendship Tournament. The University Scholars middle school team, coached by Mr. Pat Parris, tied for second place at the tournament.
It’s that time of year again! A time where we as a school join together to recognize our dedicated students who have excelled in their studies and have made the honor roll in the 3rd marking period, which took place from January 26th to March 31st this year.