News

  • Sixth Graders Plant Pollinator Garden

    Devon Prep sixth graders, parents, faculty and a Chester County Master Gardener planted a Pollinator Garden on campus as the final piece of the sixth grade’s Beehive Adoption and Pollination project.

  • Five Seniors to Participate in Collegiate Athletics

    Five Devon Prep seniors have committed to playing their sport in Division I and Division II colleges during the 2016-17 academic year. T

  • Track & Field Team Earns Medals at District Championships

    The weather was rainy and cool at the District I Track & Field Championship Meet at Coatesville Area High School on Saturday, but that didn’t stop Devon’s team from earning several medals.

  • Upper School Sports Banquet

    Upper School student athletes were honored at the Upper School Sports Banquet held at the Desmond Hotel. Coaches and their assistants were available to talk about their teams, review their season and hand out awards.

  • Sixth Graders Learn About Honeybees

    Ms. Picard’s sixth grade Life Science classes have been working on a honey bee project since early in the second semester when they decided to “Adopt a Honey Bee Hive.”

  • SPRING SPORTS SENIOR DAY

    Devon Prep’s Athletic Department honored Tennis and Baseball seniors and their families before the Varsity Baseball game against Lancaster County Christian School in mid May. The sun was shining as emcee Junior Joe Orsatti called each senior and his family members to the field where they received flowers and were photographed.

  • Middle School Student Athletes Honored at Banquet

    The Athletic Department honored Middle School student athletes at the annual Middle School Sports Banquet held in Devon Prep’s athletic facility. Soccer, basketball, baseball and track coaches were on hand to introduce the members of their teams, give an overview of the season, and present MVP, Spirit, and Sportsmanship Awards.

  • Middle School Spring Spirit Day

    Middle School Spirit Day took place in mid May under clear skies and warm temperatures. The boys competed by homeroom in various events including three leg race, donut eating, bombardment, four square, water balloon toss, home run derby, and more.

  • Senior Mothers Tea

    The traditional “Senior Mothers’ Tea,” an event reserved specifically for the mothers of the graduating class, took place in Calasanctius Hall on May 11. The Hall was beautifully decorated in pink and green and the moms were served tea sandwiches, scones, salads, and various desserts.