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List of 5 news stories.

  • Malvern Partners with University of Delaware to Extend Learning Beyond Classroom

    Today’s high school students are tired, stressed and bored according to a 2015 survey conducted by the Born This Way Foundation and support by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. To combat that reality, Malvern Prep is beginning to roll-out several new programs and offerings to extend learning beyond the classroom. One such offering is the result of a new, unique partnership with the University of Delaware offering students the chance to enroll in three different online college credit courses focused on entrepreneurship. The new courses are: “Startup of the Professional You,” “Ideas to Action” and “Venturing for Good.”
  • The Blackfriar Chronicle Earns State, National Recognition

    With a stream of awards and recognition flowing in for the 2015-16 volume of The Blackfriar Chronicle, this year’s student leaders recognize that they have inherited some high standards.

    Last year’s volume was recently recognized in the highest national and state tiers of recognition by Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA), Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA), and the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA), for both full publication and individual story awards.
  • Vision Update: Preparing for an Uncertain Future

    By John F. McGlinn II P’12’14'16, Vice-Chair, Board of Trustees

    As part of the rituals that start my day, I make a point each morning to read Seth Godin’s Daily blog. He’s widely considered a marketing genius and he’s an incredible thinker and writer on a range of topics including business and education (or if you’re really interested). At the core of all of his writing, Godin essentially writes about the power of culture to shape our lives.  He recently wrote the following:
  • New National Honor Society Inductees Charged to Do Well and Do Good

    Malvern Prep inducted 43 new members into its chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) on Monday, October 17 during its weekly Chapel Service. The theme of the service was the importance of service and leadership in the community.

  • Middle School Students Earn Top GPA Awards

    At a recent chapel service, Middle School Head Patrick Sillup recognized three outstanding students who earned the top GPAs for their grades during the 2015-2016 academic year.

    Congratulations to Joseph Bucci, Class of 2022, Colin Munyan, Class of 2021, and Eric Yablonski, Class of 2021.

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