PC Video on Demand
From time-tested classics to freshly-minted favorites, this collection of videos captures the PC community in all of its talent, creativity and diversity. Be sure to check back for new releases!
This Week's Feature:
What Is Meeting for Worship? (2020): The Upper School Religious Life Committee asks seniors what Meeting for Worship means to them, and explain what to expect and offers advice on what to do.
Students in pre-K to 2 returned to campus for in-person learning. See the happy smiles from indoor and outdoor classrooms.
"This year at PC is going to look very different ... but hope, in its purest form, is what keeps us going." Senior Class President Patrick Isztwan addresses the student body at the start of the 2020-21 school year.
Head of School Darryl J. Ford Hon. 1689 welcomes students and families to an unusual 2020-21 school year and introduces this year's theme of Equity and Empathy.
Rammy and Bunny affirm their friendship through song in this charming and emotionally instructive puppet show produced by PC's Lower School counselors.
A Penn Charter tradition goes digital as the Class of 2020 concedes Senior Stairs access to the Class of '21.
Upper School English teacher Lisa Turner breaks down the finer points of home composting in this video celebrating Earth Week 2020.
Lower School Director Marcy Sosa gives an overview of how grades K-5 have prepared for socially-distanced learning.
A behind-the-scenes, top-to-bottom tour of this storied Penn Charter landmark.
With a clever smartphone app and some good old fashioned diligence, tenth grader Kelsey B. keeps her game in tip-top shape while stuck at home.
The 2009 boys water polo team's impeccable coordination extended well beyond the pool, as demonstrated in this recreation of a scene from the movie Step Brothers.
Dr. Ford greets the newly-distanced Penn Charter community and explains what makes him #PCproud during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Celebrating the resilience of the PC community with a glimpse into the classrooms of yore.
Three hilarious scenes written and performed by Penn Charter middle school students and theater teacher Michael Roche: "Morning Assembly," "Fashion" and "Mulberry."
Beloved PC English teacher Cheryl Irving Hon. 1689 discusses the significance of the "Treaty Elm" and its descendant that lives on campus.
Seniors closed out a spirited Color Day with an inventive and silly take on the traditional senior rope pull. This extended cut features more students – and more pets!