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2007, 2020

Panther Robotics Club Takes 1st Place!

By |July 20th, 2020|Categories: Engineering|0 Comments

The Panther Robotics Club was busy last Fall. They helped Mr. Jim Barbour build a working version of the “High Efficiency Water Segregator”. The idea was originally prototyped by Daniel Ficca, a PHCS alumnus, seven years ago, using a ten gallon aquarium. The 637 gallon HEWS uses an Arduino controller, two motor controllers and two stepper motors to automatically clean a commercial fish farm. After building and testing it, Mr Barbour presented the patented invention to the University of Maryland’s Do Good Robotics Contest and won first

506, 2020

When Reading Takes Flight!

By |June 5th, 2020|Categories: News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

During our time of distance learning, all 7th grade students read the book "Refugee" by Alan Gratz in Literature class.  It tells the story of 3 refugee children in 3 different times of history.  The children are all 13 years old; Josef's story takes place in 1930's Nazi Germany and tells of his escape; the second is of Isabel who is fleeing Cuba in 1994; the third is Mahmoud who is fleeing Syria in 2015.  The students were very moved by the story.  As a result, a

2905, 2020

Looking Ahead ~ Class of 2021

By |May 29th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The long-awaited Senior year is almost here for the Class of 2021. They have so many new and exciting things to look forward to when school kicks back in to gear in September. Being the leaders of the student body, setting the spiritual tone of the school, senior photos, spring musical, prom, and graduation! These are just a few of the things are juniors are looking forward to, but let’s hear directly from them about their expectations and excitement! “The thing I’m most looking forward to about

2205, 2020

Remembering Memorial Day 2020

By |May 22nd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Memorial Day marks the unofficial beginning to summer. This year will look a lot different for Americans as we won’t be heading out to the beaches or backyard picnics. Maybe that is a good thing as we pause and take a look at the real meaning behind this holiday.   The last Monday of May is set aside to observe and remember those men and women who have died while serving in the US military. Our freedoms have come at a price. It has cost many men

1505, 2020

Field Day 2020….At-Home Edition

By |May 15th, 2020|Categories: School Events|0 Comments

One of the best things about the month May is Field Day! This special day is a tangible reminder that there are only a few weeks remaining for the school year. Everyone from preschool through our Seniors loves this yearly event. Our lower school students enjoy outdoor games, popsicles and a field day shirt, while our upper school students relish the time to relax at Beachmont Christian Ministries. Mrs. Woodie has created an at-home field day for our lower school to participate in this year. Click the

805, 2020

Dear Mom, Happy Mother’s Day!

By |May 8th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

Moms, they are first person to greet us as we make our presence known to this world. From our first moment she holds us tight to her heart and gently breathes in the scent of us. Savoring each moment, we are in her embrace she sees a lifetime of love, laughter and heartache ahead of her. Mom is our cheerleader, our confidante, our safe place, the one who loves us through every stage of our life. In our youth, we just think of her as “Mom, it’s

105, 2020

PHCS Parents Find Blessings in the Midst of COVID-19

By |May 1st, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

Years from now many of us will look back on the Spring of 2020 as a time that will never be forgotten. Who would ever have guessed that our normal daily rhythm of life would come to a screeching halt? As parents, some of our first thoughts may have been disbelief, concern, and if we are honest ~ horror! Hold on, this isn’t how this is supposed to go we said to ourselves!   Thankfully, we serve a God who is bigger than all of the chaos

2304, 2020

PHCS 5th Graders Give Thanks to Those on the Front Lines

By |April 23rd, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments

Mrs. Remelgado's 5th Grade Class combined their efforts to send out Thank You cards to all those people in our community that are on the front lines and still working amidst the Coronavirus Quarantine.  This was an idea brought about by one of our 5th grade students and she boldly led her classmates to put their love into action! Notes of love and encouragement were sent to the following places on behalf of our school: Johns Hopkins Hospital Johns Hopkins Children's Center GBMC University of Maryland Medical

1604, 2020

What Do Students Enjoy About Distance Learning?

By |April 16th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

As PHCS opened the school doors on September 8th, who would ever have guessed what this school year would bring! Friday, March 16, 2020 will live in the memories of these students forever as the day that school was closed for the following two weeks and they would fill in the gaps with distance learning from their homes.   Here we sit 1 month later, experienced Zoom users and longing for our return to the classroom. I recently asked a handful of students the following question: “What

1806, 2018

Junior Achievement’s Biztown

By |June 18th, 2018|Categories: School Events|0 Comments

For 12 weeks this Spring, our 3rd, 4th, and 5th traders studied all the moving parts of a local economy and how they come together to meet our needs. Their studies of banking, business, local politics, and more culminated in a visit to Junior Achievement’s Biztown on May 1st. Prior to the trip, students interviewed for the opportunity to work at one of 15 JA BizTown shops. Work venues included realistic corporate sponsored mockups of McDonald's, the local news station,

1412, 2017

Christmas Concert 2017

By |December 14th, 2017|Categories: School Events|0 Comments

Twinkling lights, sparkling ornaments, giggles and grins were in abundance on December 9th. Perry Hall Christian School celebrated the Christmas season with the annual Christmas concert. Preschool through High School students participated in the event. The evening began with musical selections performed by private instrumental students. A Capella choir presented several traditional Christmas pieces under the direction of Mrs. Debbie Seibert. Precious preschoolers singing “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” brought a smile to everyone’s face as they spent more time searching out mom and dad