Spotlight

  • 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 APPROVED Academic Calendars

    At its Tuesday, Dec. 8 Legislative board meeting, the Cheltenham School District Board of School Directors adopted the following schedules for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 academic years....

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  • Dr. Nancy Hacker Named Cheltenham School District Interim Superintendent; Board Engages Search Firm to Conduct National Recruitment Effort

    The Cheltenham School District Board of School Directors approved Dr. Nancy Hacker as the district’s interim superintendent by a unanimous vote at Tuesday evening’s virtual special board meeting. Also by unanimous vote, the board agreed to engage the superintendent search firm Hazard Young Attea & Associates (HYA) to conduct a national recruitment effort to find the district’s next superintendent. ...

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  • Project Based Learning Senior Internship Spotlight: Trinity Burroughs and Briaire Gant

    While you may have heard of HGTV’s “The Property Brothers,” let’s meet Cheltenham High School’s “Property Sisters,” seniors Trinity Burroughs and Briaire Gant, who are learning the real estate industry in their senior internship experience. The duo spend their time outside of school helping flip houses, brokering...

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  • CHS Unified Heptathlon Squad Wins Top Two Spots in Pennsylvania

    Facing 20 teams from across the state, the CHS Unified student-athletes on the Blue and Gold squads took first and second, respectively, in this winter’s Unified Heptathlon, an activity created during the pandemic to keep Unified student-athletes engaged in physical activity. The squads also finished first and...

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  • Sophomore Future Problem Solvers Compete at States - Finally

    Sophomore Cheltenham Future Problem Solvers Mina Rothberg, Ella Nadler, Sadie Leary and Henry Rubin finally had their moment to shine this past week at the virtual Pennsylvania Future Problem Solving (PFPS) Bowl, where they puzzled out the issue of personalized medicine. The squad qualified for the 2020 PFPS Bowl as freshman but the competition was canceled...

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  • Hack the Ham ’21

    The National Computer Science Honor Society recently staged its annual “Hack the Ham” hackathon - focused on Earth Day - with more than 60 students participating. Senior student leaders Seth Bernstein, Malcolm Garbutt, Lisa Lam and Jared Seehusahai, and junior Chris Nhu were responsible for staging the event under the guidance of sponsor Sarah Putterman. Guest speakers included Alix Macklin (’13), Soleil Smith (’16) and ...

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