About Student Services

Student Service Office Personnel:

Mr. Donald Mangin, Assistant Principal for Student Services,
dmangin@archwood.org, ext. 256

Mrs. Karen Davis, Administrative Assistant for Student Services, kdavis@archwood.org, ext. 256

About Student Services:

Archbishop Wood High School, its Administration, Faculty, and Staff through the teachings of Christ, the Sacred Scriptures, traditions, sacraments and liturgy cooperate with one another to fulfill the mission of catholic education and to provide an atmosphere of lifelong learning.  Through the use of a discipline code (demerits, detention and suspensions), our goal is to change the behavior of a student and to develop a since of integrity, self discipline, responsibility and mutual respect so the student may learn to be accountable for the choices they make and to be ready for the challenges they will face as young Christian adults.

The Assistant Principal for Student Services (with the guidance of the Principal) is responsible for the daily operations of the student services office, room 100, in regards to the following:

  • Discipline Issues and Policies
  • Security and Safety
  • Attendance
  • The Guidance Department
  • Nurse/Health

Please note that all policies can be found in the student handbook


The following public school districts provide us with daily bus service:

Abington (215-884-0421)
Cheltenham (215-881-6315)
Hatboro-Horsham (late bus)* (215-420-5450)
North Penn (215-368-9807)
Upper Moreland (215-830-1525)
Centennial (215-441-6000)
Council Rock (215-944-1010)
Bensalem (late bus)* (215-750-2800)
Springfield (215-233-6095)
Wissahickon (215-619-8114)
Central Bucks (267-893-4000)
Lower Moreland (215-938-0280)
Neshaminy (late bus)* (215-809-6260)
Upper Dublin (215-646-7778)

*Late buses are on an as need basis and must be requested in the Academic Office by 8:15 a.m. each morning the bus is needed.  Late buses are provided on Tuesday and Thursdays only from Hatboro-Horsham township.

A private transportation company is contracted to transport students from the New Hope/Solebury, Palisades, Pennridge, and Quakertown school districts (Upper Bucks form) as well as the Northeast Philadelphia area (NE Philadelphia form). Our school van picks up students in the Bristol, Morrisville, and Pennsbury school districts (Lower Bucks form). These transportation services have a nominal fee of $775 for the school year.  Forms should be returned to Ms. Patricia Roschetz, Director of Admissions by August 18th.

SEPTA Route 22 stops at Street and York Roads. SEPTA weekday passes are available to Philadelphia residents. These passes can be picked up in the Business Office, room 245. Warminster Regional Rail is located in close proximity of the school.