Join the whole TPS community in celebrating our 50th anniversary in style!
In honor of this significant and special year in our history, we invite you to join us for an evening of dinner, drinks, and dancing at Vie by Cescaphe on Friday, May 5th. Vie was selected as our venue for the event in a nod to Congregation Rodeph Shalom, the original location of the school when it opened in 1972, which is located directly across the street.
The night will include student musical performances, decor inspired by our Roots to Branches school theme study, an auction, and so much more! We look forward to bringing together our entire community of current and alumni parents, past and present faculty and staff, alumni, board members, business partners, grandparents and all those who have made our school an incredible place for students to learn over the last 50 years.
When: Friday, May 5th. 7-11pm
Where: Vie by Cescaphe, 600 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA
Who: TPS community, past and present (21+ and over).
Attire: Dress to impress! Semi-formal/cocktail attire requested.
Tickets: Purchase on our ticketing website! Each ticket includes open bar, dinner, complimentary valet service, dancing, and fun!
- $150 - Young Alumni (ages 21-29)
- $250 - Patron
- $500 - Patron ticket + Sponsor a Teacher
- Includes name recognition (if desired)
- $1972 - Founder
- 2 Patron tickets
- Includes name recognition (if desired),
- Table sponsorship,
- Auction early access
Parking: Complimentary valet service will be provided. The venue is also reachable by several bus lines and the Spring Garden Broad Street Line stop.
The Philadelphia School Founders Award is a newly created award in honor of our founders Lynne Berman and Caroline Simon. The award, presented at our Spring Celebration for the first time, will be an annual way to recognize a loyal friend of TPS.
In our 50th year, we are pleased to present the Founders Award to Sandra Dean. Sandy Dean was the principal at TPS for twenty four years, helped lead the creation of our now award-winning science program, and was instrumental in making TPS the school it is today.
We hope you will join us in celebrating Sandy Dean's contributions on this special evening!