Students who learn differently need a program tailored to the way they learn best.
At Benchmark School, our exclusive approach goes beyond basic reading programs to reach the whole child.
When our graduates leave Benchmark School, they are confident and competent learners who know their learning styles intimately, and can advocate for their own success.
Our video celebration of Benchmark's 50th Anniversary continues!
Join us at a lunchtime webinar on Thursday, May 27, 12-1 p.m. to learn about how to help children thrive emotionally and academically as we move into this summer and the next school year.
Benchmark School is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Diversity Collaborative (GPDC), which convened an Elementary Student Diversity Day on Friday, April 16.
In our decade-focused celebrations of our history, we reflect on the 1990s in this video, looking back at the maturation of our program, the arts enhancements, and the expansion of our middle school.
We are thrilled to share our next milestone in the celebration of our 50th Anniversary year: a retrospective of Benchmark in the 1980s.
Students in the Pfautz/Regan cohort have been engaging in design sprints that call upon their empathetic thinking skills.
To help enrich our 8th grade students’ study of identity, and to add empathetic richness to Jesse North’s class’s reading of Elie Wiesel’s Night, Mrs. Brodo shared the story of her family’s narrow escape from the Holocaust.
How do you flip a totally hands-on project in virtual learning times? Kevin Canney and his social studies classes got creative, innovating new ways to study one of humanity’s most basic needs: shelter.
Benchmark librarian Leslie Komarnicki authors a series for Black History Month in the Delco Times.
The best way to get to know a school is to visit. Arrange a private tour or attend an Open House.