Welcome to Penn Wood High School!
Motivation and encouragement are key elements to achieving success at Penn Wood High. The dedicated staff at Penn Wood High works diligently to meet the educational needs of all students. Working cooperatively with parents, teachers strive to enhance the value and power of education for the students of Penn Wood High.
Penn Wood High School offers a variety of major subject courses and elective courses to meet the educational needs and career goals of a diverse student population. To fulfill the 22 credits required for graduation, students may select courses in academics, business education, fine and practical arts, technology education, and vocational training. Regardless of a student’s chosen path, he or she is encouraged to try courses in other areas in order to have a well rounded education.
Each year, Penn Wood graduates enter into the country’s best colleges and universities, as well as notable trade and technical schools. Graduates receive thousands of dollars in awards and scholarships from local organizations and the post-secondary schools they attend.
Ten-year Accreditation from Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Outdoor Science Laboratory
Advanced Placement Courses in 8 Curricular Areas: English, Spanish, French, Biology, Chemistry, U.S. History, Calculus, Art
S.A.T. Prep Courses
Cheerleading and Dance Teams
Career Center and Instructional Media Center
Curricular and Extracurricular Projects Promoting Community Involvement and Service
Student Government (Student Council and Class Committees)
National Art Honor Society
National Honor Society
Newspaper, Yearbook and Literary Magazine
Future Business Leaders of America
Delco Hi-Q Team
Annual Art Show and Band and Choir Concerts to Showcase Student Talents
Full Interscholastic Athletic Program
2018 AP CSP Female Diversity Award
Penn Wood High School has earned the College Board's AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award....
2015 College Board’s AP District Honor Roll
WPSD was recognized for academic achievement on Advanced Placement exams and the SATs