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2020

  • January

    Another amazing CEL Capstone Showcase features student innovation and problem-solving



    A channel for podcasts written and shared by high school students... a family card game to help address the topic of mental health... an electronic guitar with a touch screen to access an unlimitied library of sounds... an app where users draft political representatives and earn fantasy points based on their performance...

    This fall, 37 projects emerged from the 70 sophomores who took their passion and purpose to the next level in the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership's semester-long Capstone course. Each project was born from one of the Center's five studios with the help of faculty mentors who aided in bringing the students' vision to life. 

    Following the culminating Showcase Night which took place last week, awards were given to a project in each studio. Additionally, a handful of special honors recognize key aspects of the Center's mission and the “People’s Choice,” voted by visitors to the Showcase.
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  • MLK Day Math

    What do 221, 161, and 11 have to do with MLK Day?
     
    That’s how many breakfast bags Pre-K and Kindergarten girls assembled for Chestnut Hill Meals on Wheels … how many complete dinners were prepared by grades 1-4 for Caring for Friends … and how many large bags of outerwear were collected for DeSales Service Works (Camden, NJ).
     
    Joy and positive energy permeated halls of the McCausland Lower School as the girls came together for this long-standing of service in honor of Mr. King.
     
    A big SCHout out to Chef Samara and Chef Steve for their expertise and the use of their equipment and facilities, and to all the parents and faculty who made the afternoon such a success.
     
     
     
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  • Two more seniors sign Letters of Intent

    Seniors Matt Ottilo (left) and Ke’Shawn Williams (right) recently signed their National Letters of Intent to pursue their passion at the college level. Ottilo will play lacrosse for the Hawks at St. Joseph’s University and Williams will head to Wake Forest to play football for the Demon Deacons.  They join their five classmates that were honored at a commitment celebration in November.  (See story posted on 11/14/19).

    They are pictured here with Head of School Steve Druggan (left) and Athletic Director Dave Wilson (right).
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