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  • Academic Calendar 2020-2021

    By unanimous vote at the Tuesday, February 11 Legislative board meeting, the Board of School Directors of Cheltenham School District adopted the following schedule for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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  • Class of 2020 Grads Earn Honorable Mention in New York Times’ Student Editorial Contest

    Recent Cheltenham High School (CHS) graduates Maggie Morrison and Oren Schwartz earned an honorable mention in the New York Times’ 7th annual Student Editorial Contest with their co-written essay “The College Board Board Game: Monopoly.” Because editorial writing at newspapers is a collaborative process, students were encouraged to collaborate.

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  • 2020 Grad Chi Chi Ojukwu Earns Dannehower Award

    Recent Cheltenham High School (CHS) graduates Maggie Morrison and Oren Schwartz earned an honorable mention in the New York Times’ 7th annual Student Editorial Contest with their co-written essay “The College Board Board Game: Monopoly.” Because editorial writing at newspapers is a collaborative process, students were encouraged to collaborate.

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  • Juneteenth 2020

    Today, African-Americans celebrate Juneteenth, an annual holiday dating back to 1865 commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. In recent years, and particularly following nationwide protests over police brutality and the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and other African-Americans this year, Juneteenth has experienced renewed interest as a day to celebrate freedom.

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  • Cyber Security Squad Qualifies for Nationals

    “This was our first year of competition and all four women are new to cybersecurity competitions,” said team advisor Sarah Putterman, who has been advocating for an expansion of the school’s computer science courses to include cyber security and game design, which will happen this fall. “Making the national level of competition was a fantastic way to end the season. We look forward to coming out strong next year with active participation in multiple Capture the Flag competitions as early as September. While not ideal, distance learning has ...

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  • Senior Andrew Moreland Wins Suburban One League Scholarship

    CHS three-sport student-athlete Andrew Moreland has been selected to receive one of a handful of Suburban One League scholarships worth $500. Moreland will enroll in the Northeastern University Honors program in Boston this fall to study bioengineering. As a senior, Moreland captained the soccer team, set a school scoring record as a kicker for the football team and was a member of the swimming and diving team, all while maintaining a 4.5+ GPA and participating in numerous community- and school-based activities. “I feel like I ...

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