Chapel Program

Montgomery's chapel program is a place for the community to gather to hear from faculty members, classes, and 8th grade students about lessons of character.

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The Arts

Every winter, our Middle School undertakes a musical production.

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Team members are eager to start the game. Montgomery middle school students choose from 10 interscholastic sports.

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What's Happening at Montgomery

We are looking for parent volunteers for this summer to help us maintain the garden. We have three levels of participation: volunteer for a week as a family, be a crew leader for a week, or sign up to be notified via email about special work sessions. If you volunteer to cover a week, you will work with a crew leader (and potentially other families) to ensure that the beds are watered and weeded, and help to harvest the crops that are ready. You have the opportunity to take fresh veggies home to enjoy, and any excess is donated to the Chester County Food Bank. As a volunteer for a week (Family or Crew Leader), you will typically work in the garden 2-3 days, depending on the temperature and the need for watering. Another option is to be notified of special work sessions where you can join us if your schedule allows. These would be 1-3 hour commitments when there are special jobs to be completed (the more participants, the less time it would take). Some examples of events to occur this summer are; filling the new Pre-K beds, harvesting and hanging garlic, harvest sessions when many crops are in, or beds need to be cleared.

Please click here to sign up or contact if you have any questions.

Our 6th grade students have been raising trout in their science classroom all year and recently released them into Pickering Creek on campus! The fingerlings were released by the 6th grade students and their 1st grade buddies.

For more information on the Trout in the Classroom program please visit this site.

Please see our video on the trout release below!

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