Squash The squash team competed in the US HS Nationals in Hartford, CT from Feb. 21-23.
Diving Brian Chettle finished 10th at the District Diving Championships on Feb. 21.
Swimming A. Barber, A. Collins, C. Coonley, C. Cullen, E. Fulton, L. MacKenzie, A. Margolies, K. Wakiyama, M. Wang, C. Bentley, R. Cosgrove, W. Cosgrove, N. Kellerman, J. Lindgren, L. Mlodzienski and J. Undercolfer will compete in Districts on Feb. 27-28.
Indoor Track B. Dougherty, S. Farhy, L. Henkle, A. Idiculla, J. Matunis, L. Minning, K. Seasholtz, C. Belz, P. Bond, F. Brown, M. Dooley, O. Leonard, D. Magen, L. Minning and L. O’Malley will compete in the PIAA Indoor Championships on March 1.
Wrestling Varsity placed 5th out of 16 teams in the District 1 3A South Section. B. Hydrisko, C. Henkel, D. Jerome, D. Falcone and Z. Fluck will competed in the SE 3A Regionals on Feb. 28-29 at Souderton HS.
7:00 PM Board Business Meeting
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Gearing Up for Kindergarten in Radnor Township School District
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM RMS PTO 7th-Grade Social
The district is celebrating the National Day of Unplugging with a range of activities to encourage students, staff, and community members to take a break from their devices and reflect on their relationship with technology.
The results of the 2020 Census determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as the distribution of more than $675 billion in federal funds.
Back by popular demand, Radnor PAGE will welcome Cigus Vanni for four Sundays in March to discuss the ins-and-outs of college admissions.
RHS will present Les Misérables from March 5-7, RMS will present Frozen Jr. from March 12-14 and RES will present Aladdin Jr. from March 19-22. Tickets are required and available for purchase in advance online.
Asa, Tobey, Owen, Rachel, Annabel and Ryan were instrumental in planning and discussions that led to the new RHS schedule and continue to advocate for student sleep through visits at local schools.
Radnor High School junior Brendan Hung was recently named one of Pennsylvania's top youth volunteers by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for his work with the Homeless Youth Project.
Allegra Colonna, Lucy Hederick, Daniel Holtz, June Kim, Rimsha Maryam, Leighton O'Sullivan, Grace Remphrey and Thomas Tropeano will be inducted into the National Technical Honor Society on March 18.
Mr. Josh Shapiro, the state's top lawyer, chose Radnor High School to publicly share the news in part to recognize the school's anti-vaping efforts. Afterwards, he held a Q&A with students in the RHS Library.