Pat Fitzpatrick, headmaster of Plumstead Christian SchoolWelcome!

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Plumstead Christian School. For 68 years, PCS has been faithful in providing a caring community where students are educated to think biblically, serve effectively, and lead Christ-centered lives. It’s a mission that will not change. It is a responsibility we take very seriously.

It is our hope that you will get to know the faculty, staff, students and families of PCS and find it an extraordinary place where mind and spirit grow in faith, virtue, and knowledge.

We invite you to join us for a private tour. It would be an honor for us to get to know and serve your family.

Patrick Fitzpatrick
Headmaster

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Congratulations to sophomore Josiah Provan for his participation in the District 11 Choral Festival. Josiah re-auditioned and is on his way to the Regional Chorus Festival on February 23rd. ... See MoreSee Less

Our third grade class served their school by participating in the packing of lunch bags for a local food pantry and by cleaning the library which helped Mr. Kramer and Mrs. Clemmer immensely! #servingeffectively ... See MoreSee Less

Mrs. Stern's class also enjoyed the MLK Jr. service day!
They participated in the school-wide service project filling bags for local children in need, they served the school by cleaning the walls and baseboards of our gym, and they spent time in class talking about the ways they can serve others with love. What a neat opportunity for them to serve together as a class! #servingeffectively
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At the Lower School on Martin Luther King Jr. day, our students packed 171 "kids bags" for a local food pantry. Each bag contained soup, canned pasta, fruit cups, oatmeal, pop tarts, breakfast bars, snacks, toothpaste, and a toothbrush. Students also decorated the bags with encouraging messages. In addition, each class performed an act of service for another class within the school.

Mrs. Zaskoda's second grade class served in the Pre-K room. Some children served by sorting and organizing the toy bins. Other children cleaned and dusted the computers, play kitchen, and toy shelves. They also helped check for dried out markers and organized the book bins. #servingeffectively
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Yesterday, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., our school held a day of service at both campuses. At the middle and upper school, students worked with Poverty Resolutions to sort seed packets that will be sent to Haitian farmers whose properties have been devastated by a hurricane. #servingeffectively ... See MoreSee Less