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More than 20 teams from 11 local high schools gathered at LMHS to take part in this collaborative programming competition where teams worked to solve a series of problems using coding languages like Java, Phython, and C++.
The Aces were well-represented in this year's competition as 10 students brought home an impressive 22 awards across a variety of categories.
Five students representing Spanish and Japanese language learners participated in this year's contest, including eventual Silver Medal winner Zach Slogoff.
The LMHS Art Department recently released an updated version of InsideOut – the student-run, interactive online forum exploring the world of the visual arts, artists, popular culture and more.
Senior Jordan Robinson was named Mr. Lower Merion 2017 as the school community ultimately raised $9,354 for a variety of important charities and causes.
LMSD buildOn became even more aware of the impact and importance of their work in the country following the storm's devastation - a big reason both high schools are working to raise the money to build a pair of new schools in deserving villages.
The workshops highlighted the great American art form of jazz, its roots in the African-American experience and served to celebrate the prominent role Jazz plays in our national cultural heritage.
LM-TSA amassed the most top-ten, top-five and first-place finishes at Regionals with 32 students claiming top honors in their respective events.
The student-run theater organization recently presented their winter production in a series four sold-out shows in the Blackbox Theatre at Lower Merion High School.
This distinction is awarded to districts that achieved increases in access to Advanced Placement courses for a broader number of students and maintained or improved the rate at which students earned scores of 3 or higher.
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.