• Spring Tide Pep Rally

    A pep rally to kick off Spring Tide 2017 was held in early February for students and faculty in the gym. Mr. Paul Sanborn acted as emcee and explaining the school raffle competition which benefits the annual dinner/auction.

  • Learning Economics Through Hands-on Activities

    Devon Prep students learn about the “Law of Diminishing Marginal Returns” by making paper chains in a hands on activity.

  • 4D Chemistry

    Instead of putting away their cell phones during class, students in Mrs. Sarah Rayder’s sophomore and junior chemistry classes used their phones as learning tools.

  • Scoreboards Replaced

    The scoreboards in the gym have been around for nearly 35 years. In early December they were finally replaced with brand new ones, just in time for basketball season. Roll TIde!

  • Seventh Graders Wrap Gifts for Needy Family

    Most seventh grade boys don’t know how to wrap presents very well and are not all that interested in learning. Devon Prep’s seventh graders are no different. However, on a Wednesday afternoon in the December the entire class headed to the student dining hall for pizza and a lesson on gift wrapping, all for a good cause.

  • Holiday Greetings From Devon Prep

    Faculty, students and staff offer holiday wishes to the Devon Prep family.

  • Seventh Graders Visit iFLY

    Since Ms. Melanie Picard’s seventh graders had been learning about force, motion and energy in science class a visit to iFly ( ) an indoor sky diving facility in King of Prussia seemed like a great idea.

  • Shakespeare Comes to Devon Prep

    The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (PSF) performed “Hamlet” for the Devon Prep’s upper school students in the gym. The 90-minute adaptation of the classic play is part of PSF’s17th annual WillPower Tour which brings the perfromance to schools throughout PA.

  • Devon Prep Sophomores Learn CPR

    The 46 members of Devon Prep’s sophomore class received training in the American Heart Association’s Hands-Only CPR program from several volunteers from Good Fellowship Ambulance & EMS Training Institute.