The Unionville-Chadds Ford Education Foundation is a non-profit 5013-c charitable organization that supports the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District.
Unionville-Chadds Ford is one of 373 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll.
During the December School Board meeting, the district presented the new dashboard, discussed the Future Ready PA Index, and shared benchmarking data via school reports delivered by each building principal.
Each year, drivers illegally pass school buses nearly two million times. Each illegal pass-by could result in a tragic injury or fatality of a student. The inconvenience of an extra few seconds spent waiting for a stopped school bus is insignificant compared to the loss of a child's life.
Once a month the Superintendent hosts an informal session which includes information about the district’s programs, school board actions, curriculum, staff changes and more.
The new toys which needy children receive each Christmas from Marines and volunteers, through the Toys for Tots Program, delivers a message of hope.
Congratulations to the Pocopson Elementary School Thanksgiving Day Parade Chorus on an outstanding performance in the 99th Annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade!! Singers braved the cold and performed in front of 12 million viewers!
Unionville High School Junior Margaret Wu has been selected for the prestigious ACDA National Honor Choir.
Congratulations to the following UHS students who earned a spot in the prestigious PMEA District Orchestra, Band and Choir festivals.
The world-renowned, multiple Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble is coming to Unionville.
The FOCUS committee is made up of district parents who work to promote healthy choices and behaviors for youth in our community. We believe that this book brings up many important topics relevant to our population.
The Citadel Heart of Learning Award is a teaching excellence award that recognizes Chester County teachers who show dedication both in and out of the classroom and make a difference in the lives of their students.
People who are at-risk of hurting themselves or others often show signs and signals before an act of violence takes place. You have the power to intervene and get help for that person. Your actions can save lives. See Something Say Something!