Competition now in its 30th year
Competition now in its 30th year
Weeklong summer camp tackles environmental challenges
Promotes STEM education among middle schoolers
The event benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
PCN to air live coverage on May 3
Downingtown East High School won the JV championship
76 projects advance to next level of competition
Will be streamed live on CCiTV
Updated with photo gallery
Representatives from over 200 colleges nationwide will be present
90 ChesCo students qualify for Delaware Valley fair
Effective January 30, 2012
Katie Proffitt claims 2012 Chester County Spelling Bee championship
The student forum is proud to announce its 2011-12 officers
Students across Pennsylvania are set to blast off into an out-of-this-world summer learning experience.
The tomatoes were ripe for the picking in the community garden planted by Oxford’s 21st Century Community Learning Center this summer.
The event is free and open to middle and high school students and their parents who reside in Chester County.
Seven fledgling reporters will join nearly 20,000 ed tech professionals at the Philadelphia Convention Center.
41 students graduated from the program's 107th class on March 15.
The team will compete in the PA State Championship on May 6 in Harrisburg.
80 students will now advance to Delaware Valley Science Fair.
The nail-biter championship required 188 words to determine a winner.
CCIU Migrant Education program was recently host of an all-day event for students in grades 6 through 8.
The Chester County Student Forum is proud to announce its officers for the 2010-11 school year.
Students at the Kennett Square Head Start Center recently shifted their attention from Santa's arrival, to another important part of the holidays.
The event was designed to help build strong family relationships by including the whole family.
The future is looking bright for the state's nurses of tomorrow, including right here in Chester County.
Nearly 100 southern Chester County students in grades 7-12 spend three hours after school every Monday through Thursday at one of three learning centers.
Are the future scientists who will one day change space travel or find the cure for cancer sitting in a Chester County classroom today?
Chester County students will join students from around the country in the Kids Voting project
Technical College High School Brandywine Campus is slated to open in August 2012
Maria Diego, a case manager for the Chester County Intermediate Unit (CCIU), arrived in the United States from Mexico roughly 20 years ago with a love of learning and a desire to help her community.
The phrase “going green” is now a part of our every day vocabulary. From motor companies who are producing more gas-efficient vehicles to water bottles that are being manufactured with thirty percent less plastic, we are all paying closer attention to how products and activities impact the overall “health” of the planet. This trend is no different at the Chester County Intermediate Unit (CCIU), which has reduced energy costs by $341,514 since it began a conservation campaign three years ago.
Students at Mary D. Lang Elementary School are discovering how much fun it can be to stay after school – that’s right, after school.