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Our 20 Favorite Children’s Books

Some are classics, and some are not-so-obvious choices – but they’re all top picks for children’s books selected by our exceptional staff and directors. If you’re looking for new reads to share with your little one, this roundup is a great place to start! Here are our 20 favorite books for children: 1. Director of… Read More

Make It, Take It Day 2020

Every year, The Malvern School hosts a special Make It, Take It Day full of winter crafting fun for our young friends, and this year was no exception. Students of all ages – across all of our schools – had the opportunity to dig into seasonal crafts and create their own unique works of art… Read More

Malvern School Alumni Dylan Rhen Excels After Growing in Every Classroom at Glen Mills

  Dylan Rhen, daughter of The Malvern School’s CFO Marnie Rhen, has had the opportunity to grow in every classroom of The Malvern School. Now 12 years old and a member of the Glen Mills alumni class of 2017, she attends Fugett Middle School in West Chester, PA. Here she not only excels in the… Read More

The Malvern School of Glen Mills Takes the Lead in Fundraising to Fight Childhood Cancer

‘Tis the season of giving … but year-round, our curriculum teaches our young friends about the importance of giving back. One of the ways we do this is by demonstrating philanthropy in action through our school-wide partnership with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) to fight childhood cancer – and enabling children of all ages to… Read More

Celebrating Diversity Around the World

Now, more than ever, it’s fundamentally important that children experience diversity beginning at an early age. By opening their eyes and exploring different cultures and ways of life – including customs, clothing, food, music and more – they get a head start expanding their worldview and embracing the values of tolerance and inclusion that will… Read More

Why These Three Siblings Say The Malvern School Supported Their Love of Learning and Sports

Robbie Grayston, 18, Isabella Fuller, 13 and Christian Fuller, 9, all began their academic careers at The Malvern School of Glen Mills. Today, they are standouts in the classroom and in sports – two areas where the school influenced their growth and development. Meet Robbie After graduating earlier this year from Rustin High School as… Read More

After Saving a Friend’s Life, Malvern School Graduate and Varsity Athlete Jack Conant Heads to College for Nursing

If you ask Jack Conant, a graduate of The Malvern School of Glen Mills who is now 18, what school experience helped him the most growing up, he’ll tell you it was learning to play with others. That was just the starting point for Jack. His story shows how remarkable his commitment is to helping… Read More

St. Patrick’s Day, The Malvern School Way!

It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and it wouldn’t be a proper holiday without our beloved classroom parties! In true Irish fashion, it was green galore at many of our schools as they celebrated yesterday. From clothing and crafts…. to festive fruits and veggies … and decorations and desserts … our friends and teachers went all out.… Read More

Malvern School STEAM Day Success

The great leaders, thinkers and doers that will shape the future of tomorrow are sitting in our classrooms today. Down the line, they will be the ones who must create and innovate to drive their eventual careers, companies and our country forward – and exposure to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) at a… Read More

Harvest Parades Put Creativity on Display

What’s better than dressing up and marching in a parade with your friends? Try the developmental value that comes with it. Of course, our annual Harvest Parades and Parties are filled with spooktacular fun, but as educators and parents, we’re especially fond of the many benefits of dramatic play. Creativity, imagination, self-expression, experimentation – they’re… Read More

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