Upper Main Line students pitch in to help fellow students in Philadelphia
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Monday, September 17, 2012
Lots of old friends and new faces from TE stopped by. Check out the photos here and click on the link in the story for tons more pics.
Dozens of people from Tredyffrin and Easttown were on hand Sunday afternoon for the 20th annual Radnor Fall Festival on North Wayne Ave. in Wayne. It was a beautiful day for the event and lots of TE families stopped by the Patch table in the center of it all to say hi to Radnor Patch Editor Sam Strike and TE Patch Editor Bob Byrne. They also got to spin the prize wheel for some cool Patch swag. Here are a few of the photos of TE Patchers who stopped by. While you're there tag yourself in the photos and please "like" Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch. TE Patch's Facebook page is where we post more extensive photo galleries from community events. It's also the place to find lots of great local business coupons, deals and information about things …
Friday, April 27, 2012
A Broadway Revue show that rocked Footlighters' Berwyn stage in February returns to the Upper Main Line Saturday Night.
Lauren Stephens is a senior at Archbishop Carroll High School but on Saturday night she'll be serving up songs "on the Rox" at Mixx Restaurant in Villanova. Stephens may be better known to some local audiences as Christine, the female lead in Devon Prep's spring production of The Phantom of The Opera. The young phenom is part of the cast of Broadway Rox. The cabaret show founded by Roxborough and Bryn Mawr residents hits the road with a Saturday show at Mixx Restaurant in Villanova. The Show "This weekend's show is a cabaret/club style feel with six singers in a dimly lit lounge at Mixx. We are trying to take folks back to the feel of an old time supper club with weekly lounge acts... minus the cigars and gangsters," co-founder and …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
It was an especially good night on for one Devon Prep senior
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Devon Prep students use song and charm to bring Valentine's smiles to the women of the school.
How do you charm the people who control your grades, your schedules, maybe even what you're having for lunch? Sing to them for Valentine's Day. That's what a quartet of students at Devon Prep did to celebrate the day. School spokeswoman Rose Lomabardo sent TE Patch this account, along with a link to the video. "In honor of Valentine's Day, four very handsome and talented young men from Devon Prep serenaded all the women in the school today. They went from office to office and classroom to classroom to sing "My Funny Valentine" to each woman. It was a delightful way to start the day and such a nice Valentine's Day treat." Not only was the gesture sweet, but it was also a zero-calorie treat.
Friday, February 3, 2012
Local students earn high marks on national academic tests.
18 Devon Preparatory School seniors have been named AP Scholars by the College Board. The school made the announcement on Faceboook. They were recognized for their extraordinary achievement on college level Advanced Placement exams taken last spring. Only 18% of the more than one million students who took AP exams in May 2011 performed at a sufficiently high level to merit such recognition. Devon Prep's AP Scholar with Distinction: Conrad Damstra John Damstra Joseph Geiger Daniel Lewis James Lockard Ryan O'Shea Hugh Phelan Matthew Swatski Adam Swift Alexander Tepylakov Chase Weber AP Scholar with Honor: Ryan Fulmer Roshan Patel Nicholas Ragsdale Nathan Stauffer AP Scholar: Matthew Bonner Nick van Schaijik Connell White
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Devon Preparatory School announces top scholars from the fall semester.
Devon Preparatory School has released a list of its Distinguished Honors and Honors students, with some of the students who live in Havertown. "The following Devon Prep students were named to the 2011-12 First Semester Honor Roll. "Distinguished Honors reflects an average of 3.80 and above. Honors reflect an average of 3.0 and above," the school's press release stated. Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Eighth Grade Seventh Grade Sixth Grade Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Eighth Grade Seventh Grade Sixth Grade
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Chester County DA determines there are no charges that could be filed against a suspended teacher/priest.