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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This week third grade practiced their spelling words by working in small groups to sort the words. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to our PCS Athlete of the Week sponsored by Remax Legacy for the week of 9/12-9/17. Ashley Faircloth, 2nd singles player and junior at PCS, won her tennis match against Delco Christian 3-6, 6-4, and 10-6 in a tie breaker! Great job Ashley! ... See MoreSee Less

Save the Date for this year's homecoming weekend on October 14 and 15! There are many fun things to be a part of for the whole family! ... See MoreSee Less

"Think Biblically" was the theme of the 2015-16 school year. Middle school students created ceramic tiles showing where they think biblically. All tiles were incorporated into the mural. Thought bubbles are used to depict biblical thinking. When we think biblically, we see the world in vibrant color. Outside the bubbles denotes non-biblical thinking. The world is colorless and bleak without the lens of biblical thinking. ... See MoreSee Less

The partner organizations Hope4Tomorrow and Minding your Mind shared with the 9-12th grade students at chapel this week. Eric Smith, youth pastor at Grace Community Church in Chalfont, led chapel which included personal testimony from a trained, young adult who shared his story of struggles with mental health and suicide. The students were able to ask questions by way of cell phone text messages and Eric talked about how students can access help if they are struggling. ... See MoreSee Less