Rachael McCullough a recent PALCS graduate, is the founder of her very own traveling women’s museum. The Traveling Women’s History Museum exhibits original and reproduced items about women’s history, dating from 1770-1970. There have also been numerous special exhibits, such [...]
Each month, PALCS celebrates students who demonstrate outstanding character, service, or academic improvement and performance. Let’s take a look at a small handful of our excellent students who have been nominated since December! Our students are amazing and should [...]
Meet 10-year old Assiah Phinisee, and her mother Rasheena. The Phinisee family has just recently joined PALCS, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to hear their inspiring story, and speak to them more about their non-profit foundation. Assiah’s [...]
Meet Dominic Corcoran, an 8th grader at PALCS, and an avid performer. Dominic and his older sister, Sofia, were born in Philadelphia and now reside in Delaware County. Growing up, Dominic was a very precocious child, reading and entertaining at a very young age.