Dress for Outside Play We encourage all children to spend time outside during recess. They should be dressed for the forecasted weather.
Lost & Found Check for missing items in the lost and found area located next to the cafeteria. Unclaimed items may be donated.
Forgotten Items Students are not permitted to return to the classroom after school to retrieve forgotten items. Doors are locked.
Extended Day Care is available and operated by Family Support Services. Call 610-352-2839 for details, fee info and enrollment forms.
Visitors must wear a badge while on campus. Badges will be issued once a valid ID has been scanned using the Raptor verification process.
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM WES Kindergarten Meet and Greet
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM WES Kindergarten Bus Orientation
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM WES New Parent/Student Orientation (Grades 1-5)
The next generation of Raiders attended Freshman FUNdamentals on August 14. The program provided incoming 9th-graders with advice and know-how from RHS staff and upperclassmen.
During the 2017-18 school year, RMS raised more than $12K to support hurricane victims. This effort was recently matched by WE Charity, bringing the final fundraising total to $25,685.04.
English teacher Carl Rosin was selected by the National Humanities Center as one of only 14 educators nationwide to serve from August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019.
Brendan Hung is the first RHS student to be named "Best Overall in Show" by the Philadelphia Classical Society. Dozens of World Language students also won awards on the annual World Language exams.
Mrs. LaTorre joins Radnor High School from Cheltenham High School. Mr. Thomas had been RHS dean of students since 2011 and has served RTSD since 2005. Both were approved at the June 26 Board meeting.
Radnor High School art students worked with resident teaching artist Baily Cypress to design and create an original mosaic for installation at the KOP Service Plaza on the PA Turnpike.