Pat Fitzpatrick, headmaster of Plumstead Christian SchoolWelcome!

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Plumstead Christian School.  For 67 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

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Art History students took a field trip to Grounds for Sculpture this week! Grounds For Sculpture was conceived as a place where audiences could experience sculpture in a familiar, accessible, and informal setting. Seward Johnson, sculptor and philanthropist, was interested in the space beyond the canvas. Before he sculpted a famous painting, he researched the piece, setting, and period of time in an effort to create as realistic a sculpture as possible. He did interject some humor as well. His sculpture of Mona Lisa had hairy legs and boots on! Our students enjoyed the opportunity to interact with the sculptures. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Preschool fours class invited family members to enjoy their Thanksgiving Celebration this week! Students made Indian vests, necklaces, and headbands. They also had the opportunity to fellowship with their Pilgrim friends from Mrs. Weaver's Pre-K class. Happy Thanksgiving from PCS preschoolers! ... See MoreSee Less

Faculty Spotlight
Alumni Spotlight

Megan Pennington
Second Grade Teacher
Covenant College, BA Elementary Education
PCS Class of 2011

This is my first year teaching at PCS. I had such a wonderful experience at Plumstead through my middle school and high school years. It is an honor to give back to the school for all of the wonderful things they have done for me. I want children to receive the wonderful education that I received and I am so thankful to be a part of that process. I feel privileged to be teaching in such an uplifting environment that nurtures children in God's word. One thing that I really love about the students of PCS is that they support one another and help each other. These students seek to put others before themselves. This is incredible to see even at such young ages. I think this is so important because they are learning, early on, what it means to be a servant. One thing I like to do when I am not at PCS is to be outside. I love exercise, sunshine, and fresh air!
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Kindergarteners had fun creating 3D shapes out of toothpicks and marshmallows! ... See MoreSee Less

Middle school student council sponsored a free lunch of hot dogs and hamburgers. It ended up being a fun social event building unity as they all worked together to serve one another! ... See MoreSee Less