- Gifted Support
- Social Studies
- Special Education
- World Language
"Visual and Performing Arts Department provide all students the opportunity to explore a wide range of musical and artistic experiences. The Visual and Performing Arts promote, develop, and expand creative and divergent thinking using imagination, problem solving, innovation, and invention."
Visual and Performing Arts Department Leader -
"The Business and Technology Education Department offers classes in computer applications, family and consumer sciences, business, and technology applications. A wide array of semester courses is available in a broad range of levels to suit each student’s needs and interests. Emphasis is placed on hands-on, lab-based experiences, which give the student a sample of the vast opportunities available after high school in both traditional and non- traditional post- secondary settings."
Business and Technology Department Leader - Anita Stum
Counseling Department Leader - Tracy Jacobson
CCAC Secretary - Taylor Erdman- 610-359-4240 -firstname.lastname@example.org
|Student by Last Name
Student Services Secretary - Teri Werner, 610-359-4279, email@example.com
|Dr. Meg Henigan
|Behavioral Health Worker
|Home and School Visitor
|Dr. Kelly McCool
|Behavioral Health Worker
"The mission of the Marple Newtown High School English Department incorporates a program of study that enables all learners to acquire the knowledge and skills to become productive, responsible, literate citizens who have developed an understanding and appreciation of the role of English in a rapidly growing technological society. The program of study includes English in grades 9 through 12 of varying levels that incorporates Advanced and College Preparatory courses along with interdisciplinary courses and electives. All students at Marple Newtown High School are expected to successfully complete English each year in grades 9 through 12, accumulating a minimum of 4.0 credits required for graduation."
English Department Leader - Galen Mooney-Carboni
|Jennie DeLuca (Dr.)
|Amy Gallagher, Reading
|Sarah Winterbottom, ELL
"Health and Physical Education are integral parts of the total educational process at Marple Newtown High School. Through selected experiences and activities, Physical Education contributes to the growth and development of all students in the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional dimension of each individual. Health Education provides instruction in the concept of wellness and offers students several opportunities to develop lifelong health- enhancing behaviors by promoting health literacy, critical thinking, and responsible decision- making throughout the curriculum. The Health and Physical Education program prepares students to become contributing and productive members of our rapidly changing, democratic society."
Health and Physical Education Department Leader - Andrew Kane
New for HPE Curriculum:
The Department of Education recently mandated a Sexual Harassment Curriculum which will be implemented in the Health curriculum. See attached letter for more information.
"At Marple Newtown High School, all students are expected to successfully complete courses in
Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II as these courses serve as a foundation for future mathematical inquiry and understanding."
Mathematics Department Leader - Michael Clancy
"The mission of the Marple Newtown High School Science Department is to provide all students with a program of study that will enable them to acquire the knowledge and skills to understand the nature of Science, become scientifically literate citizens, and to develop an understanding and appreciation of the role of science and technology in society. This program includes courses in Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science, Forensics, Anatomy and Physiology, and Wildlife Conservation."
Science Department Leader - Dennis Andrews
|Dr. Michael Karpyn
|Dr. Douglas Killough
Special Education Department Leader - Cheri McMonagle
|Special Education Assistants
"Marple Newtown's World Language curriculum provides the opportunity to develop language proficiency in French and Spanish in the three modes of communication: interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational as defined in the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century. In the small, interdependent world of today, the ability to communicate with those with whom around the globe has become a survival skill. Equipped with second language skills, students will greatly expand their horizons and career options."
World Language Department Leader - Barbara O'Neill