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Merion's Spanish Festival provides an opportunity for students to not only celebrate Spanish culture, but also to put conversational skills learned in the classroom to the test in a fun-filled and educational setting.
Kindergartners recently traveled to Riverbend Environmental Education in Gladwyne to participate in Project CHANGE (Children Helping and Nurturing Growth in the Environment).
The NAMM Foundation has recognized LMSD for its outstanding commitment to music education with a Best Communities for Music Education (BCME) designation for the fifth consecutive year.
Merion has been recognized by the US Department of Education as a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School - one of only three in PA to be named "Exemplary High Performing."
Tuesday, June 2nd at 7:30 PM in the District Administration Building
Sunday, June 7th at 9:00 AM at Harriton High School
Registration now open for students in 2nd - 6th grade!
Suggested reading list for 2015.
Tuesday, March 10th at 9:30 am
Winter publication available now!
Click here to access this year's brochure
One of the highlights of Merion's FLES programming is the Spanish Festival, which provides an opportunity for students to not only celebrate Spanish culture, but also to put conversational skills learned in the classroom to the test in a fun-filled and educational setting.
Fifth graders from throughout the District recently gathered at Harriton High School to compete in a variety of track & field events.
During their recent Spring-time expedition, kindergarteners participated in a variety of fun and educational activities while exploring the natural world.
Nearly 5,000 LMSD elementary and middle school students participated in this annual initiative promoting healthy decision-making and good nutrition.
The Mustang Band and Orchestra recently performed a pair of concerts beginning with an afternoon show for students, staff and faculty, followed by an evening performance for family and friends.
More than 300 pieces on exhibit at the Main Line Art Center highlighted the creativity and skills of students in kindergarten through twelfth grade across a variety of mediums.
Best-selling children's author and illustrator Nick Bruel recently spoke with students about the creative process of publishing books.
Over the course of two days, all LMSD students participated in the Hour of Code in an effort to help demystify and spark a passion for the world of computer science.
The choral ensemble was joined by visiting artists from Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture – a Philadelphia-based organization that promotes cross-cultural understanding through artistic and educational programs.
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.