Community Education Program (CEP)

Since 1968, the NPSD Community Education Program (CEP) has offered a variety of learning and recreational experiences for people of all ages during its fall, winter and spring terms. Course catalogs are distributed by mail in August and February and are also available online at

Family and Community Engagement

North Penn Community Education Program will offer one FREE event in the Fall in the Educational Services Center, 401 E. Hancock Street, Lansdale, PA from 7-8:30 pm. To register for this seminar, click on Family & Community Engagement.


On Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 7-9 pm, join us for "Belonging in the NPSD". This session will review North Penn District's efforts towards diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging during the 2022-2023 school year and give a broad overview of updated plans through a frame of belonging. District leaders will lead community members during the interactive session.  FREE but please register
INST: Dr. D'Ana Waters, Megan McGee and Dr. Pamula Hart



CEP Discount Days:

Save 5% - Thursday, September 8, 2022
In-Person 2-5 pm
Online 2-8 pm
Discount code: ONLINE% 
Community Education Office 
Educational Services Center 

401 East Hancock Street, Lansdale 

A 5% discount will be given for registrations on  these days only. Register and pay online by visiting and entering the code ONLINE% between 2-8 pm. When registering in-person, forms should be completed  and brought with payment. Registrations can  be mailed in at any time but the 5% discount is  not valid on mail-in registrations.

North Penn Community Education Program Classes will continue to  follow all district guidelines available at the time of classes including the NPSD 2022-2023 School Health and Safety Plan and NP School Board recommendations, in accordance with the guidance provided by the Montgomery County Office of Public Health.

Looking to Become a Community Education Course Teacher?

The CEP continually seeks new teachers and course ideas. Interested individuals should call the office of school & community engagement at 215-853-1029, email [email protected], or complete the CEP Instructor application.


Please visit or for information on our fall 2022 aquatic programs.  Learn-to-Swim Lessons will be posted on the sites above. 

Gold Card Program - NPSD Residents Age 60 or Better

Any North Penn School District resident age 60 or better is eligible to be a member of the GOLD CARD CLUB. The GOLD CARD CLUB card is nontransferable.

Use your GOLD CARD to enjoy: 


  • free admission to musical, dramatic and athletic events sponsored by the school district.

  • discounted classes and recreational activities through the Community Education and the Community Aquatic programs

  • one GOLD CARD CLUB free or discounted class each term (fall, winter and spring).


Special activities for GOLD CARD members are announced throughout the year. A GOLD CARD admits cardholders to most NPSD sponsored programs free of charge. There is no guarantee, however, that a community organization utilizing an NPSD facility will honor the GOLD CARD. Please follow the below procedures for easier access to NPSD events and signing up for courses:

  • Use your GOLD CARD as your pass to NPSD athletic events (home games only).

  • Present your GOLD CARD to the NPSD school office for a ticket PRIOR to any performances where the sale of tickets is limited by seating capacity.

  • Present your GOLD CARD at registration for enrollment in a Community Education Program or membership in the Community Aquatic Program. Some courses have

    limited enrollment and reach capacity quickly.

PLEASE NOTE: Online registration of programs using your Gold Card is not available. Please mail or drop off your registration form with payment.


For More Information

For information about North Penn's Community Education Program or GOLD CARD, call the office of school & community engagement at 215-853-1029.

School District Events

Announcements about school district events are announced online and on NPTV Verizon-FIOS TV channel 29 and NPTV Comcast Cable channel 28.

NPSD officials believe that public school facilities should be used extensively by the citizens who pay for them. Support for the community school demonstrates that school directors and administrators are committed to the community use of school facilities.