Pat Fitzpatrick, headmaster of Plumstead Christian SchoolWelcome!

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Plumstead Christian School.  For 66 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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Senior Spotlight

James Garrity

"Next year I will be attending Bucks County Community College to complete my gen. eds. and start an Associates degree in Exercise Science. Mr. Jensen's Anatomy and Physiology class sparked my interest in the awesome created design that our image-bearing bodies reflect. My desire is to deepen my knowledge by pursuing a higher education. While at Bucks I will be playing for their men's soccer team. After I complete the requierments for my freshman year my plan is to transfer schools to study Marketing and Sports Management."
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Faculty Spotlight

Ben Drake
Academic Support/Drama Director

"This is my second year at PCS. I came on board the year before last to direct the Middle School Improv Comedy Show (Spring 2013). This year I teach a variety of classes to both middle and high school students. I think I know just about every student in the building. It's a privilege to know this many students and to assist them in their education. I also direct the middle and high school dramas which I love. I majored in theater so it's incredibly satisfying that my degree is serving in this way. One thing I really love about PCS students is how many of them go out of their 'friend group' comfort zone to include others. You don't see that everywhere and it is definitely something to admire. When I'm not at PCS, I enjoy acting, writing and spending time with my family. I also like to take my dog, Professor Ralph, for walks around town because it's a challenge (he's rather insane). "
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In Ms. Dollard's 11th grade World History class students have been participating in a March Madness tournament to discover who the Greatest Ruler of World History was. Students (and a few teachers) submitted two candidates. They were responsible for creating bios and campaign posters for their candidates. Many students check the board daily to see if their choices have moved onto the next round and to debate the voting choices made by the various classes who have voted. We are down to the Sweet Sixteen! ... See MoreSee Less

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Over the course of the year, the 1st graders learn about God’s love for the people of the world by traveling by an imaginary plane to several countries where they meet the people and learn about their lives and church communities. They have passports where a record is kept of all the countries they visit. In addition, they keep travel logs where they write important information about each country!

Each 1st grader, along with his or her parent, contributes to this exciting adventure by presenting information to the class about a particular country. Examples of multicultural activities they engage in include: examining objects of different cultures, listening to traditional music, making crafts, dancing, and viewing posters and pictures on the smart board. Here, Riley presented on Germany.
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Senior Spotlight

Veronica Gisondi

"My future plan after graduating from PCS is to play field hockey at DeSales University and enter into the accelerated Physician Assistant Program there so I can graduate with my masters in 5 years and more quickly get into my desired field to make a bigger difference in people's lives. Plumstead has helped me prepare for my decision of where I am going next year by giving me a work load that pushed me to have a good work ethic, and teachers that directed me with where I should go next year."
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