2023-24 Spotlights

  • 2023-24 APPROVED Academic Calendar

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  • PBL10 Presents the Museum of Illusions

    (May 31, 2024) PBL10 created a Museum of Illusions for its second major project and exhibition of the year earlier this week in the Little Theatre. The class visited Philadelphia's Museum of Illusions as the project kickoff and to inspire students for their future project. The essential question was, "Is it real?" Students used their illusion to present factual concepts such as atomic structure, explored how perspective can change a person's "reality" of historical events, and more.

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  • PBL Senior Interns’ Presentations of Learning

    (May 16, 2024) Project Based Learning seniors participating in the Senior Internship Experience (SIE) held their presentations of learning (PoL) at an event Tuesday in the beautiful tent at Curtis Hall, where students, families, mentors, and teachers gathered to celebrate the PBL seniors. The PoL is an opportunity for reflection and critique, and an occasion to recognize the student’s accomplishments and personal growth.

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  • Color Guard Earns Top Finishes

    (May 9, 2024) On a squad with mostly freshmen and sophomores, captains senior Jade Carr and junior Mikayla Robinson have led the Panther Color Guard to two high-profile finishes in the past few weeks.

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  • Cheltenham Students Make Their Mark in Harrisburg at Youth Summit

    (May 3, 2024) Cheltenham Communities that Care (CTC) arranged for CHS students Brooklyn Carter, Jayla Elliott, Jayden Fermin, Serenity Grier, Joshua Owens, Alexander Rebitz, Bianca White and chaperones, including CSD Superintendent Dr. Brian Scriven and Cheltenham CTC representatives Charla DeValia, Wendy Rosenfeld, and Donna Malcolm, to attend a youth summit in Harrisburg on Wednesday. The Commonwealth Prevention Alliance (CPA) sponsored the summit, which included six other coalitions from across Pennsylvania. Cheltenham CTC engages and empowers youth, families, and the community, through prevention and education, to make healthy choices.

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  • CHS Senior Restores Glenside Fire Gong for Eagle Scout Project

    (April 30, 2024) CHS senior and Eagle Scout Liam McCann worked with local steelworkers, welders, crane operators, and carpenters, along with firefighters and other Boy Scouts to restore the old fire gong at the Glenside Fire Company. McCann worked on the project for his Eagle Scout badge.

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