Local Educational News
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation’s High School Business Challenge is back for 2020!
A Leadership Academy for Logistics is coming to Franklin County. The academy is a partnership between the Community Education Coalition/Employability, the Partnership for Career Development/SCPaWorks (PCD) and Penn State Mont Alto.
Attention, young mathematicians. Penn State Mont Alto is hosting the American Mathematics Competitions in February. You are invited. You could go far, perhaps all the way to national completion.
Mark your calendars and plan to support Penn State Mont Alto’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips during this year’s #GivingTuesday challenge.
Through their ASB experiences, students learn that every individual matters and each person can make an impact in the lives of others
Chambersburg Area Middle School (CAMS) North is celebrating this week. The school achieved a 100% growth rating from the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PA Value-Added Assessment System or PVAAS) in English Language Arts (ELA), Math, and Science.
College students from Wilson and Penn State Mont Alto will pitch their ideas for business startups next month in a low-stakes version of a popular television show.
The Pennsylvania National Guard Associations (PNGAS) recently recognized Penn State Mont Alto as a “Guard Friendly ” school.
Shippensburg University signed a new agreement this week to include its Master of Social Work in the Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellow Program.
Wilson College threw itself a birthday bash last weekend to celebrate homecoming and recognize its Sesquicentennial anniversary.
Mercersburg Academy is taking steps to move beyond the Advanced Placement (AP) designation.
Shippensburg University students, faculty and staff joined the larger community last Thursday at Shippensburg Station unity rally.
Abel Castro, Douglas C. Harmon, James Junkin, and Timothy L. Mussmon are new members of the Penn State Mont Alto Advisory Board for the 2019-20 academic year.
Wilson College has committed $8,000 to the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation to fund the 2019-2020 Leadership Franklin County (LFC) Youth Program.
Snoke is a creative, innovative teacher who embraces best practices and technology integration in her classroom.
Lesher will share his experience as NASA’s assistant administrator for technology utilization from 1964 to 1969.
Penn State Mont Alto Career Services will hold its fourth annual Career Closet in the Wiestling Student Center from Sept. 24 to 26, offering free professional clothing to Mont Alto students for interviews, internships, and job placement.
Plans are underway for a new $13 million allied health building at Penn State Mont Alto. The proposed facility will house the University’s nursing, physical therapist assistant and occupational therapy assistant programs.
A panel at Penn State Mont Alto discuss gender equality and the Constitution on Monday, Sept. 16th, 2019.
Dr. Dion Betts has a goal this month. It’s Literacy Month, so he wants to read to every Chambersburg Area School District kindergarten child, all 750 of them.
Local STEM students will benefit from a nearly $1 million National Science Foundation grant to Wilson College for a groundbreaking new program to recruit area students.
Dr. Lisa Schoenleber, CASHS assistant principal, published an article in the spring 2019 edition of the Pennsylvania Administrator Magazine entitled, “Creating Connections.”
Local residents want the focus in their schools shifted from buildings to children.
An art exhibition celebrating the 150-year history of Wilson College opens Wednesday, Sept. 4, in the Wilson library’s Sue Davison Cooley Gallery.
Local schools and students celebrated the first day of the 2019-20 school year in a very special way Thursday.