• Music & Art Festival

    The halls of Devon Prep were filled with music and the walls were covered with student artwork for the 2017 Music and Arts Festival. The evening began in the gym with a concert that included the Middle School Beginning Band, Advanced Band and Rock Band followed by performances by Choral Tide, Rip Tide and the Jazz Band.

  • Students Participate in Field Studies Program

    During the month of May Devon Prep Middle School students and Ninth and Tenth Graders participated in week long field studies programs. Sixth Graders traveled to New York City. Seventh Graders visited Washington D.C. The Eighth Grade went to Boston.

  • Senior Achieves Rank of Eagle Scout

    Devon Prep Senior Brian Long recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He is a member of St. Katharine of Siena Troop 219 in Wayne.

  • Athletes Commit to Play College Baseball

    Devon Prep seniors Matt Szkolnicki and Jimmy Loftus have committed to continue their baseball careers in college. Matt will attend Stockton University and Jimmy will attend Susquehanna University.

  • Spring Track & Field Senior Day

    Devon Prep Tennis and Track & Field Teams honored their seniors before the final Tennis match of the season. Track & Field Coaches Mr. Dave Evans and Dylan Gavin
    welcomed Matt Fasullo and their parents, and said a few words about each senior.

  • Tennis Senior Day

    Devon Prep Tennis Coach Mr. Gregory Sauer recognized the six seniors on his team before their last home match. He spoke about each of the young men, Luke Farnsworth, Hayden Ludt, Jack Marquis, Ben Rufo, Daniel Shannon, and Matthew Torchiana, and also acknowledged their parents.

  • Baseball Senior Day

    The Varsity Baseball Team honored three senior players before their game against Lower Moreland. Athletic Director Mr. Jason Fisher recognized Jimmy Loftus, TJ O’Reilly and Matt Szkolnicki along with their parents.

  • Students Create Inventions for Those with Mobility Struggles

    For six weeks in the second semester Devon Prep’s sixth graders have been working in pairs on inventions that could help people with mobility struggles. They began their projects by visiting Devon Senior Living assisted living facility. They were investigating what it takes to overcome obstacles so they interviewed several elderly residents about the daily mobility struggles they face.

  • Student Serves as Middle School Director for a Day

    For Devon Prep Seventh Grader Thomas Walk of Chester Springs being Middle School Director for a Day turned out to be both informative and fun. He spent the day shadowing Mr. Barry Brazunas, Devon Prep’s actual Middle School Director, and learning what it means to oversee a school of sixth, seventh and eighth grade boys.