More than 125 years into its existence, the Alumni Society provides an array of opportunities for OPCs to stay connected to Penn Charter and renew friendships.
The PC crew team, fresh off a high-performing 10th anniversary season, is energized by a gift of two new boats given by the parents of current and former Penn Charter rowers.
Michael Concordia OPC ’80 and his wife, Liz, create a scholarship to support a student from a single-parent household who, ideally, has an interest in playing football or lacrosse.
Scott Perper makes a generous gift to the How Far? campaign to endow a faculty fund giving Penn Charter the “financial flexibility to attract and retain women who are great role models and leaders to teach in the Middle School.”
In honor of her husband Steven Munzer OPC '55, Susan Leider makes a gift to the Full-Access Financial Aid Fund established by Steven F. Koltes OPC ’74.
Jeffry Benoliel OPC ’76 and Peter W. OPC ’81 made a gift to Penn Charter to name the band room in honor of their father, Peter Benoliel OPC '49.
Dr. James Smartt OPC '91 uses the visual sensibilities he developed in Randy Granger's art classes to aid his work in plastic surgery.
Richard A. Balderston's remarkable surgical career has spanned 32 years, focusing primarily on adult and adolescent spinal deformity, spinal fractures, and lumbar spinal disorders.
Martin Boyer, a former French exchange student who attended Penn Charter in 1960-61, reflects on his PC experience.