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.
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.
While some of us have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccines, Benchmark alum Jacob Newmark ‘15 has been working to help bring them to us.
Ashton Muehl, Angelina Georgiou, and Madaline Yerger for turned classroom learning into action and advocacy.
Please enjoy the first video in our historical series revisiting the decade of Benchmark's founding: the 1970s.
Benchmark School held our inaugural Day of Service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. Several teachers hosted the day, the centerpiece of which was three activities for students and families to have a “day on” rather than a “day off.”
Benchmark and our own Head of School Chris Hancock are the lead features in an article called "Engaged" in Suburban Life magazine that examines how students with learning differences need supportive environments to thrive.
Our math teachers led students in Hour of Code activities! The Hour of Code takes place annually during Computer Science Education Week. (This year, it's December 7-13).
How can design thinking solve the world’s problems? That’s just what Dr. Heather Warley’s class set out to discover.
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