• Middle School Science Olympiad Team Competes at States

    The Middle School Science Olympiad Team participated in the Pennsylvania State Science Olympiad competition at Juniata College in late April.his was Devon Prep’s fifth consecutive appearance at the state tournament. The team earned 5 medals.

  • Guys & Dolls – A Big Hit!

    After four performances Devon Prep’s production of Guys & Dolls ended with a packed house. The nearly 50 Devon boys and girls from area schools sang and danced their way through this 20th anniversary Devon Prep spring musical.

  • Alumni Gather in NYC

    Twenty five Devon Prep alumni living and/or working in the New York Cty area gathered at the New York City Athletic Club to connect and reconnect with each other.

  • Sixth Graders Create Earth Day Projects

    Devon Prep Sixth Graders in Mrs. Mondon’s Studio Art class were working on “Project Recyclables” in observance of Earth Day. They created sculptures using recyclable objects such as cardboard boxes, plastic bottles, cotton, paper and styrofoam brought from home.

  • Devon Students Participate in Mock Crash

    These disturbing scenes were part of a mock crash on Villa Maria Academy High School’s campus which included Devon’s student council leaders playing the parts of a drunk driver, an injured passenger, and a fatality. Devon Prep juniors and seniors joined Villa juniors and seniors to witness the event as it unfolded in the parking lot.

  • Sixth Graders Create Models for Prosthetic Hands

    Several students in Ms. Picard’s sixth grade science class opted to design and bulid a prosthetic hand as an extra credit project. Their model was to simulate the functions of a human hand.

  • Spanish Students Tackle Cellphone Etiquitte

    The students in Mrs.DeGrado’s Advanced Spanish 3 class recently read an article by the Spanish journalist and novelist Arturo Pérez-Reverte titled “Ese bobo del móvil” (“That Fool with a Cellphone”) about the thoughtless behavior of some cellphone users.

  • Sixth Graders Restore Bench During Break

    Sixth Grader Keller Mardis noticed that the teak bench in front of Devon Prep’s main entrance needed some work. He got permission to take it home during Easter break so he and classmate Pablo Alonso could work on it.

  • Alumni Lawyers Return for Mentor Program

    Alumni Office hosted a Career Forum Session on Law as part of the Alumni Mentor Program. Four alumni lawyers participated in the session discussing their college and career experiences.