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Harriton and Lower Merion SAGE set to host "WOKE Conference"
  • LMSD Announcements

On April 4 at Harriton High School, skip class and join members of the Harriton and Lower Merion SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality) organizations for a full day of Wisdom, Opportunity, Knowledge & Empowerment!

Young Engineers Shine at LMSD's Junior FIRST Lego League Expo
  • LMSD In The News

Elementary school students from across the District recently gathered at Penn Wynne to compete in a fun-filled and engaging competition aimed at inspiring interest and participation in science, technology, engineering and math.

Harriton Students Take Home Debate Honors
  • LMSD In The News

Congratulations to Harriton High School students Graham Branscom and Harrison Weiner, who took the top prize in the "News Broadcasting" category at the 2019 Pennsylvania High School Speech League tournament at Bloomsburg University this weekend.

2019 LMSD Legislative Forum
  • LMSD Announcements

Local representatives will discuss the issues affecting our schools on Monday, April 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lower Merion High School library

"Art Goes to School" brings art appreciation to Penn Wynne
  • LMSD In The News

The "Art Goes to School" volunteers make fine art accessible to elementary school students as they bring children information in an impartial, instructive and informal presentation while encouraging pupils to "look, listen, and feel" art.


Jazz Fest makes triumphant return to Lower Merion
  • LMSD In The News

The LMHS music department recently hosted an outstanding evening of musical entertainment featuring nine high school and two middle school competition jazz bands, a capella performances and the award-winning Lower Merion High School Jazz Band.


Mumps Information
  • LMSD In The News

Mumps cases have been reported in the Philadelphia area. Here's what you should know.

Bala Cynwyd hosts 2nd Annual Volleyball Tournament
  • LMSD In The News

The proceeds from the event benefited BC's Student Assistance Referral Team (START), which helps provide a safety net for students who need assistance with transition during their middle school years.