What if carrying forth William Penn's legacy today requires a flashpoint of new invention? What if our students, our city and our world need our greatest contributions now? By the light of our charter, how far can we see?
A Vision for 10 Years, 25 Years and Beyond
A new Lower School will reshape learning for our youngest students and unite pre-K to 12 students in a vibrant academic community.
Opportunities to advance knowledge and teaching practice build a faculty of lifelong learners excited to collaborate with students. Those are the teachers we want to hire, inspire and retain.
Facilities for physical education, health, sports and training will promote fitness for life, enhance performance, and fortify the PC athletic legacy. The new William A. Graham IV OPC '58 Athletics & Wellness Center backs our commitment to balancing academics, athletics and the arts.
Financial aid and the Center for Public Purpose connect us to our foundational Quaker values, provide access to PC for talented students, and create a learning environment and real-world experiences that benefit every student.
With a focus on the environment, new and re-purposed facilities will meet the changing needs of the educational program. A new landscape inspired by the Wissahickon Gorge will provide spaces for outdoor learning and classrooms.
The How Far Can We See? campaign will fund the vision of Penn Charter advanced in 2013 when Overseers approved Educating Students to Live Lives that Make a Difference: A Strategic Vision for the Future of William Penn Charter School.
The Strategic Vision put forward a plan to prepare students to thrive in 21st century and to make a difference.
The extraordinary How Far? campaign has set a new goal of $125 million to complete the facilities projects central to the transformation of Penn Charter's campus.
John Somers OPC ’78 welcomed Penn Charter students to Bailey Green, the Buffalo, N.Y., neighborhood surrounding the headquarters of Harmac Medical Products, his international medical equipment manufacturer. Somers toured students to show how Harmac has sparked a neighborhood transformation with affordable housing, job opportunities, healthy food options, green space and more.
A look back at the exceptional progress of the How Far? campaign and an overview of what's to come.
The Student Learning Center provides opportunities for teaching and learning in a non-academic, student-led setting.
Twelve Penn Charter fourth graders spent a week last May constructing a hyper-absorbent garden to manage rainfall in a puddle-prone corner of campus.
Naveena Bembry celebrates 20 years of teaching at Penn Charter with a professional development trip to Japan.
The concept of wellness integrates with Penn Charter's educational program in various ways across all three divisions.
Begun in the summer of 2017, the VITAL Catapult Project combines athletics, physics, biology and wellness for both athletes and science students in Upper and Middle School.
Fourth grade students collaborate to resolve an oil embargo, a chemical spill, a famine and more.
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