Joint programs with community organizations enhance and broaden the experiences available to students. Examples of a long tradition of community commitment to education include: A Bio Tech Lab, the first of its kind in Westchester, a second Foreign Language Learning Center in the middle school and high school, and new Information Centers in each of the elementary school libraries, gifts from The Pelham Education Foundation.
The Pelham Civic Association's career education program for high school students as well as direct assistance for students in need to reach their full potential, including financial assistance.
The Pelham Art Center's student shows, curriculum projects, resident artists and after-school programs.
Over twenty college scholarships awarded to PMHS graduates annually by community organizations.
Student enrichment and parent education programs sponsored by the PTAs, the Pelham Guidance Council, and the Eastchester, Pelham and Tuckahoe (BEPT) Teacher Center.
Pelham Rotary honors high school seniors monthly in addition to offering a $10,000 scholarship.
Community approval in 2002 and 2008 for facility improvements, including construction of a new middle school addition, modernization of high school classrooms, library, science labs, music rooms and other centers; an addition for Colonial School and improvements in each of the elementary schools.