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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  • PBL Students Meet with Health Professionals

    On Friday, Jan. 12, Project Based Learning Biology Honors students met with Stephen Cella, M.D., EEG technician Ms. Jocelyn Harris and registered nurse Ms. Kari Owens to learn about body systems and the ailments associated with those systems. The students interviewed the medical professionals to...

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  • African Drums and Dancers, Historic Recitations, Service Projects Highlight Cheltenham School District’s MLK “Day On”

    Hundreds of Cheltenham School District students, parents and community members gathered at the High School on Monday, Jan. 15 to commemorate the memory and vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the District’s “Day On” service event. Each school performed its own service project, some of which included making craft bags for children...

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  • Lady Panther Alumnae Hooping It Up for a Good Cause

    With the mission of supporting those fighting cancer, and raising funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer program, the Lady Panthers host the fifth annual Cheltenham Lady Panther Alumnae basketball game on Saturday, Jan. 6 at noon at Cheltenham High School. These alumnae are passionate about igniting excitement surrounding the Cheltenham High School Girls Basketball program and building community and enhancing alumni engagement within the district...

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  • PBL STUDENTS GENERATE 3D GAME WORLDS

    On October 25, 2017, 35 Project-Based Learning (PBL) students participated in a coding and game design workshop at the Microsoft Store in the King of Prussia Mall. Students were prompted to use their creativity and critical thinking skills to generate 3D game worlds with characters, storytelling, and game play. ..

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  • CHS Seniors Open Letters From Their Third Grade Selves

    Imagine, as a 3rd-grader, being asked to write a letter to your 12th-grade self, telling that person what – as a 3rd-grader – your interests, goals and aspirations are and what you think you want to be when you grow up. Now imagine you’re a high school senior opening the letter that you wrote to yourself almost 10 years ago...

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