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!
Rosini, who entered the tournament unseeded, ultimately beat the odds and left with the national title.
Continues with "Minfulness and the Elementary Child" on March 27 in the Cynwyd Elementary School auditorium
Wednesday, April 10 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the Lower Merion High School cafeteria
Out of more than 340,000 participating students nationwide, six LMSD students were selected by a panel of creative professionals as among the most talented artists in the country with only 1% of entries earning national recognition.
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.
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
Weissman's project analyzed the genetic makeup of HIV in two patients on long-term anti-retroviral therapy to understand why they continued to have "reservoirs" of treatment-resistant HIV-infected cells.
Penn Wynne fifth grader Sage Bowman and Harriton English teacher Jason Fritz each won first place in their respective divisions along with two other Honorable Mention honorees.