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For the sixth consecutive year, the NAMM Foundation has recognized the District's outstanding commitment to music education.
Hundreds of students, parents, staff, and community members recently gathered at Lower Merion High School to celebrate the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Students were recently inspired to make a difference after reading a story about Ryan Hreljac, who at the age of six began his life-long mission of bringing clean drinking water to people all over the world.
Fourth and fifth grade singers recently performed a medly of winter-themed songs for a capacity crowd of classmates, teachers, family and friends at their annual Winter Concert.
Sunday, June 5th at 9:00 AM at Harriton High School Stadium
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June 2nd from 8:00am - 3:00pm
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More than 300 students and parents from throughout the District gathered at Lower Merion High School to participate in a series of fun-filled and educational engineering and design challenges.
The Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU) recently sponsored the 2016 Reading Olympics for local elementary schools as more than 7,000 students representing 20 school districts participated in this year’s event.
The Interschool Council (ISC) proudly sponsored their annual Art Show at the Main Line Art Center featuring more than 400 pieces on exhibit highlighting the creativity and talent of students from all ten District schools.
This annual community-wide service effort spearheaded by the Lower Merion Education Association (LMEA) ultimately amassed more than 270 care packages for troops stationed overseas.
For the second consecutive year, District students participated in the Hour of Code – a global movement helping to demystify and spark a passion for computer programming.
Third graders took to the stage to tell their story of how they are using their "mighty minds" to conquer the PSSA examinations.
Established as one of Pennsylvania's first public school districts in 1834, LMSD, located in Philadelphia's historic Main Line suburbs, enjoys a rich tradition of achievement, innovation and community partnership and a longstanding reputation as one of the finest school systems in the United States.