Alumni Updates

Wondering what our awesome graduates are up to? Take a look at the exciting adventures of some of our favorites! All Alumni are invited to send updates (with pictures if possible) to Mrs. Eileen Vice at evice@21cccs.org. It’s a great way to connect with your former classmates, advertise your business, and show current students where [...]

Embracing the Uncomfortable

In this guest post, Mr. Dutcher explains how stepping out of his comfort zone opened him up to amazing experiences.  You may have heard the old saying “Life is full of choices, so choose wisely.” This saying can be applied to every choice you make; every time a decision is made, it impacts your future [...]

Turning Over a New Leaf

“I’m not going to be able to do this.” This comment is not uncommon among students as they wrap up one quarter and move into the next. Whether they have struggled in a specific class or in all of their classes, it is easy for them to become discouraged. Some may think they will NEVER [...]

Alexander Mark named to US Speedskating’s 2014/2015 National Training Program

Alexander (Xander) Mark is a 2007 graduate of 21CCCS.  We received a press release updating us on some of Xander’s recent accomplishments which we wanted to share.  Congratulations Xander! Salt Lake City, Utah Pennsburg, Pennsylvania native and world class athlete Alexander (Xander) Mark has been named to US Speedskating’s 2014/2015 National Training Program (NTP) and [...]

Hannah B. on Senioritis

In this post, 21CCCS Senior Hannah B. offers up a few tips to help combat Senioritis! Senioritis Written by Hannah B. Hello, everybody, and welcome to Quarter 4 of the school year!     By this point of the academic year, most students are itching to ditch their endless studying, writing, and test taking to [...]

Grammar Tips From The English Department

PSSAs, Keystones, the BIG spring field trips, just a few weeks left of school and summertime around the corner—with all of these distractions during the fourth quarter, it is easy to forget all of the school work that is left! Many of these assignments include short-answer questions, five-paragraph essays, and for some students, research papers. [...]

Ten Reasons You Should Read

Frustrated and trapped in by all the winter snow, Junior Delenn Fingerlow found a silver lining in having so much “inside time.” In this blog post, Delenn tells us about some very unexpected benefits to reading.   Ten Reasons Why You Should Read: They Aren’t What You Think Have you ever had a bad day? [...]