Celebrate our heritage through children’s eyes on this very special day at the Depreciation Lands Museum. Rain or shine, there will be plenty to do. Join us for this very special family oriented day, filled with stories and hands-on activities. Children’s Heritage Day is a chance for both today’s and yesterday’s children to reconnect with […]
Pine-Richland High School finished first-place out of 21 teams at the Southwestern Pennsylvania BotsIQ preliminary rounds at Butler Community College. Team members took the top spot with their “Robit” M.O.A.B (Mother of all Bots) on March 7, 2019. Team members included seniors Sean Adams, Lauren Allen, Jacob Anderson, Christopher Bissell, Ian Fletcher, Jacob Garretson, Andrew […]
The Pine-Richland High School Peer-to-Peer student group earned first place at the Jefferson Awards Program on April 4, 2019. The group is being named the 2019 Top Pittsburgh Regional Students in Action Team and will represent PR at the national program. Students, who presented at the awards program, included ninth-grader Saige Schlutz; sophomores Charlotte Menke, […]
On Friday, April 12, Eden Hall Upper Elementary students took part in the school’s annual Science Olympiad. The students were tasked with a multitude of science-based activities to take part in and solve.
You could say that the Pine-Richland High School Varsity Baseball Team earned two wins on April 11, 2019. Senior Alec Swartout threw five innings with no hits as the Rams took on Allderdice at home. PR had beat the team 10-0. That wasn’t the only win for the team. The team won big by hosting […]
The Pine-Richland High School Art Department proudly presents thousands of pieces of artwork at the annual Pine-Richland High School Art Show from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, April 26, 2019. Community members are invited to enjoy a wide variety of artwork from ceramic to paintings. The show is free and open to the public. The high […]
On Saturday, April 6, the top-ranked Pine-Richland boys lacrosse team rolled to a hardfought 5-3 victory over Hill Academy. This was a non-conference game against Hill Academy, an elite program from Kleinburg, Ontario.
The family of a Pine-Richland High School student who died last spring following a 20-month long battle with a rare form of cancer is hosting a fundraiser in his name on Sunday at Jergel’s Rhythm Grille to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation.