Comprehensive Plan

The Comprehensive Plan is a revised process developed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education in 2012. The Brandywine Heights Area School District was part of the first phase of districts in the state to use the new Comprehensive Plan model which replaced the old Strategic Plan. The new Comprehensive Plan is purposely developed to closely analyze data in decision making as districts make future educational goals. It also allows input from all the departments and school buildings which impact the final decisions of the plan. The Comprehensive Plan is a collaborative effort between parents, staff, administration, School Board, and community.

Throughout the 2014-2015 school year, these groups provided survey input, participated in meetings, shared aspirations and suggestions, and formulated a plan to continue to move the district forward during the next three years.

The Comprehensive Plan is a developed as a progression of core elements consisting of District Profile, Core Foundations, Assurances, Needs Assessment, and finally a District Level Plan. Members of the District Comprehensive Planning Committee formed subcommittees to provide valuable input and formulate each of the component plans. The subcommittees were the Professional Education Committee, the Safe and Supportive Schools Committee, and the Special Education Committee.

Download the District Level Plan