For the third consecutive year, students from Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown won the PA Governor’s STEM Regional Competition held at the Chester County Intermediate Unit-Brandywine Campus. This annual STEM competition challenges teams to answer needs of Pennsylvanians, while also exploring STEM careers and developing communication, problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity skills. This year’s […]
These students joined forces to form the state’s first Unified Bocce Ball team. None were prepared for the outpouring of support that followed. See how two AOPS schools are making history.
From birthday supplies to birthday surprise: this program supports local families while celebrating the joy of giving back.
Donna Hnosko took a very literal spiritual journey across France and Spain — on foot. Learn why she did it and what she learned on this incredible pilgrimage.
Can art convey kindness? These students at Archbishop Wood High School are helping children across the globe feel valued — one portrait at the time.
The first step to success? Showing up. See how this New Jersey mom is showing her six children the value of hard work and commitment.
Today, Muffet McGraw is a coaching Hall of Famer and Notre Dame legend — but she began her hoop dreams as an AOPS student. See how Catholic values shaped her journey as a player and coach.
Screen time can affect your child’s health, mood, and ability to learn. Use our guide to set healthy limits for your entire family.
Assumption Academy has a new approach to immersive education: taking the classroom outdoors, rain or shine, every day. Here’s why (and how) teachers are getting students in touch with some very messy subject matter!
Steve Clement’s parents were AOPS sweethearts. He was an AOPS student. Now he’s helping to direct AOPS enrollment. Find out why our academics, athletics, and service kept bringing him back!
Empathy begins with understanding. Here are 5 ways to get your child engaged in new cultures and languages today.
Can cultural diversity change the way children think, act, and learn? Here’s why AOPS is committed to making diversity a core of our students’ Catholic education.
Fostering friendship and belonging takes work from everyone involved. Here’s one mother’s take on why it’s working at St. Lucy Day School for Children with Visual Impairments/Archbishop Ryan School for the Deaf.