Created in 1921, the National Honor Society (NHS) recognizes high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate the four pillars of the institution: scholarship, service, leadership and character.
On November 16, the Radnor High School community hosted its 30th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner. The event is a tradition that guests look forward to each year and this year was another great success.
Beginning Oct. 1, breakfast will be free for all students following a Sept. 9 announcement from Gov. Wolf that the state would be funding the meal for the remainder of the school year.
Superintendent Batchelor reviews the status of the renovations and usage of facilities and the continued efforts to bring all project components online as soon as possible.
Mrs. Kevgas is excited to have students back in the building and fully reengage with families and staff!
Back-to-school forms, permissions and other information are collected from families via an online portal prior to each school year. The 2022-23 portal opened on August 16.
People in crisis or facing emotional distress now have a three-digit dialing code to call or text any time of the day or night that will connect them to trained counselors for support and assistance.