Cheltenham

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  • 2018-2019 APPROVED ACADEMIC CALENDAR

    At the November 21st Legislative Board Meeting, the 2018-2019 Academic Calendar was approved. Please make note that school will start earlier next year with no change to the length of spring break. View the calendar here, http://bit.ly/2BFA7gn.

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  • Screening and Discussion with College Emmy Award Winner and 2013 Graduate Eli LaBan

    Join 2013 Cheltenham graduate Eli LaBan for the presentation “That’s We Language,” which includes a screening and discussion of his College Emmy Award-winning video project “Learn to Count in an Endangered Language,” Wednesday, May 9 at the High School Little Theatre. LaBan’s video series focuses on using media to preserve the endangered languages of Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast...

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  • CHS March Student of the Month Awards Breakfast

    Families and teachers gathered for an awards breakfast this morning to acknowledge outstanding achievement in unified arts for eight CHS students. Please show your Panther Pride for these students...

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  • Lady Panthers Off and Running at 124th Penn Relays

    Cheltenham High School Lady Panthers have won the Penn Relays’ 4x400-meter relay Suburban Section for the past eight years. They look to continue that streak of dominance at this year’s running of the nation’s oldest and largest track and field competition at the University of Pennsylvania on Thursday, April 26 in the...

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  • Unified Panthers Track and Field Runs into Third Season

    The Unified Panthers track and field team trained hard in preparation for its spring season. Because of news schools participating, the season offers an expanded competition schedule. The Panthers’ veteran team members were thrilled on the first day of practice by many new and enthusiastic faces, as the roster has doubled in size from this past season. Three students from the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit are...

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  • Senior Earns National “Aspirations in Computing” Award

    For her founding of a Cheltenham High School’s Girls Who Code chapter and involvement in the school’s FIRST Robotics team, senior Gianna Williams has been recognized as one of 41 nationwide recipients of the 2018 Aspirations in Computing (AiC) award from National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). In the photo, Williams (center) accepts the award from Lucy Sanders, NCWIT CEO and co-founder (left), and Leigh Avery, Bank of America Assistant Vice President (right). The only recipient in Pennsylvania, Williams and her fellow winners received...

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