- LMSD Announcements
For the 2020-21 School Year
For the 2020-21 School Year
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
The Lower Merion School District community is deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of one our most illustrious alumni, Kobe Bryant.
Hundreds of students, parents, staff and community members recently gathered at Harriton High School to celebrate the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
As a culmination of their Winterfest fundraising efforts, members of the LMHS community recently presented a check in the amount of $1,126 to the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.
Learn research-based strategies for raising healthy teenagers in today's fast-paced world on Tuesday, February 4 at 7:00 p.m. in the Harriton High School auditorium.
Fifth grade students recently took to the stage during a pair of performances in front of enthusiastic crowds of classmates, faculty, staff, family and friends.
Bala Cynwyd Middle School was named a "School of Merit" for achieving a team score of 50 or better in the Mathematical Association of America's AMC 8 Competition.
Ravi Balasubramanian's award-winning submission analyzed the flocking behavior of volvox barberi with a computer simulation and found the algae formed closely packed arrangements that make optimal use of space.
Back in 2017, Vanessa Roser's award-winning art work caught the eye of Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, who signed her to a contract to reproduce and sell her work.
The drive will run January 6-17 and is set to conclude at LMSD's MLK Afternoon of Service, which will take place Friday, January 17 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Harriton!
The Knights recently enjoyed a fun-filled and educational field trip as they attended a show entitled Viva Mexico at the University of Pennsylvania.
As part of their study of immigration, Gladwyne second grade students participated in a recreation of what immigrants experienced upon arrival at Ellis Island.
The Aces enjoyed themselves and celebrated helping others at the annual Winterfest on the final day of school before the 2019 winter break.
Student in Global Citizenship course tackle the issue of climate change and educate their peers.
This newsletter is designed to share some of the highlights of Lower Merion School District's explorations of science, technology, engineering and math!
Fourth grade students presented their science projects to classmates, family and friends throughout a fun-filled and educational evening at Merion Elementary School.
Nine students from Harriton were recently selected to perform as members of the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association music ensembles.
Dr. Evans, a lung cancer oncologist at Lankenau Hospital and LMHS parent, recently spoke with students about the rise in vaping in teens and young adults as well as the many associated health risks.
Students studied the African continent as part of their social studies unit on Talking Walls, which introduces young readers to a variety of cultures by exploring the stories of walls around the world and how they can separate or hold communities together.
The BCMS community rallied together to support this deserving drive, which was organized by Student Council Vice President Ilana Zahavy and her fellow Student Council members.
Nearly 1,000 community members came out to support this year's event, which serves as the official start to Lower Merion's winter athletic season and the school's annual Coaches vs. Cancer Drive.
The Lower Merion High School Class of 1979 raised more than $12,000 at their 40th reunion to create a scholarship for the Lower Merion Township Scholarship Fund.
Over the past eight years, the Penn Valley community has raised more than $84,000 for the American Heart Association through this fun-filled and philanthropic physical fitness program.