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Powerful Social Studies

In order to be powerful, our program must be meaningful, integrative, values-based, challenging, and active in each and every classroom. READ MORE »

2014-15 School Year Forms Due August 15

Each year, families are asked to submit their household and individual student information prior to the start of school. Also, the 2014-15 After School Contract and Vacation Day Care Calendar are now available. READ MORE »

Summer Reading

One of the great joys of summer is free time to read and explore new books and ideas. Miquon’s Librarian Amy Vaccarella has put together suggested summer reading lists for just this purpose! READ MORE »

Diana Saraga: A Wonderful 25 Years at Miquon

Diana and Walt Saraga came to The Miquon School in September 1985 as parents of Jared and Elena. As she came to appreciate the school, Diana learned of an opening for an Assistant Teacher and soon began her life as a member of the staff. Over her twenty-five year career Diana worked with several lead teachers in first through fourth grade groups, “dancing” easily with new partners, mentoring new teachers. READ MORE »

Bridge Work (and Play)

Imagine that a child’s experience with language arts consists only of handwriting and keyboarding practice, vocabulary lessons, spelling lists, grammar rules, and phonics instruction. How boring and empty that would be! READ MORE »

Sabrina Diana Scholarship Fund

The Deepwater Experiential Education Project is seeks young women (ages 13-16) from the Philadelphia area interested in partaking in character and confidence building wilderness canoe trips in the wilds of Ontario, Canada READ MORE »