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    Junior Parent College Night and Case Study Program

    Willow Grove Chapel
    The Junior Parent College Night and Case Study Program will be on  January 8 at 6:30 p.m. on the Willow Grove Campus in the ChapelThis is a parents-only evening and will end around 8:30 p.m. The very informative evening will begin with the introduction of 5 visiting College Admissions Representatives. Parents will break into 5 smaller groups, be given applicant files, and act as the College Admissions officers for a college. The evening will end with all "committees" comparing outcomes. Who was admitted, denied, waitlisted?
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    College Alumni Panel w/US Students

    Chapel, Wissahickon Inn
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    Challenge on the Hill

    Vare Field House

    The Challenge on the Hill is a team fitness event that incorporates 8 different exercises to be performed for time and speed to earn points.

    Open to SCH community and the public!  

    For more information and to register.

    A percentage of the proceeds goes towards the Jack Plunkett Scholarship Fund to support an SCH student.
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    Players Meet and Greet

    The Exchange, Wissahickon Inn
    Contact: Debbie Jansen
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    Inside SCH for Upper School

    Witness the magic within Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s walls through a glimpse into our coed Upper School. See the energy of our teachers and students first-hand as you peek into classrooms. Learn more about our unique programs such as the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL), Robotics and Engineering, Arts and New Media—all housed on our 62-acre campus located on the edge of Philadelphia.

    We look forward to welcoming you to campus for Inside SCH: Upper School, Grades 9 to 12.
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    Inside SCH for Lower School

    Witness the magic within Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s walls through a live glimpse into our brand new McCausland Lower School. See the energy of our teachers and students first-hand as you peek into classrooms, and learn more about our unique offerings, such as the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Robotics, Arts and New Media, all housed on our green, 62-acre campus located on the edge of Philadelphia.

    We look forward to welcoming you to campus for our Inside SCH Open House, We will begin tours promptly at 8:30AM.

    Lower School is for PreK - 4th Grade

    Inside SCH for Middle School

    Witness the magic within Springside Chestnut Hill Academy’s walls through a live glimpse into our Middle School. See the energy of our teachers and students first-hand as you peek into classrooms, and learn more about our unique offerings, such as the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Robotics, Arts and New Media, all housed on our green, 62-acre campus located on the edge of Philadelphia.

    We look forward to welcoming you to campus for our Inside SCH Open House, We will begin tours promptly at 8:30AM.

    Middle School is for 5th - 8th Grade

    CEL Capstone Winter Showcase Night

    Sands CEL, Middle School Building
    SCH sophomores have spent a semester designing projects inspired by their personal interests in the Sands Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) Capstone. They cannot wait to share their inventions, business ventures, and creative endeavors with you in an interactive walkthrough. Join us any time from 6:30-8:00 PM to meet the entrepreneurs, ask questions, test prototypes and cast Capstone Awards votes for your favorite teams.
    Contact: Ed Glassman

    8th Grade Parents Move-Up Night

    8th grade parents will have the opportunity to meet with Upper School Department Chairs.  The evening will begin in the Middle School Auditiorium, Cherokee Campus where Matt Norcini and Katie Mersky will present Upper School overviews.  Parents will then meet with Department Chairs in classrooms on the Middle Level of the Middle School, Cherokee Campus.  Language-Room 141, History and English-Room 124, Math-Room 118, Science-Room 121.
    Contact: Lynn Gehr
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    Parent Book Club

    Haber Room, Wissahickon Inn
    Our new parent book club—facilitated by school psychologists Shannon Sweitzer and Leslee Frye—will read Dr. Lisa Damour’s new book Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls in advance of a parent program in April. Though Dr. Damour’s books have focused on raising girls, we find her research and advice to be relevant to boys as well. Participants will convene on three mornings to discuss the impact of stress on our children. The book club is open to parents of all Middle and Upper School students, and will be from 8:05 — 9:05 AM in the Willow Grove Haber Room (Upper School Building.) Please contact Shannon Sweitzer with any questions. 

    This will be the first of three meetings.
    Sign up here.

    *POSTPONED* 4th to 5th Grade Move-Up Night: An Information Session for Parents (MOVED TO MONDAY, 3/16)

    CEL, Middle School Building
    Thursday evening's presentation is designed for adults only. We will be sharing an overview of the Middle School program.

    *Snow Date* CEL Capstone Winter Showcase Night

    Sands CEL, Middle School Building
    Contact: Ed Glassman
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    PA Executive Board Meeting

    Haber Room, Wissahickon Inn
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    SCH Movie Outing to "Just Mercy"

    Flourtown Movie Tavern
    The Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Black Student Union cordially invites you to a private screening of the groundbreaking film Just Mercy starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx.

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” This sentiment reverberates through our country to this day, particularly in the fight to dismantle systems of oppression such as mass incarceration and wrongful convictions.

    Join us on Martin Luther King Day 2020 to see the film and discuss ways in which we, as a community, can continue the work started by Dr. King. This event is open to the SCH community and friends and family. We look forward to spending the morning with you!

    Tickets must be purchased in advance@ www.sch.org/justmercy.

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    arental discretion is advised; movie is rated PG-13.
    Contact: Rayna Guy
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    Global Travel: Quebec Meeting

    CEL Space, Middle School Building
    Parent meeting for 7th and 8th grade students traveling to Quebec in February. Students should accompany their parents to this meeting. 
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    Chinese New Year

    Children are invited to celebrate Chinese New Year with a dress down day. Try to wear as much red or pink as possible!
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    Chinese New Year

    Children are invited to wear red or pink shirts, sweaters, or sweatshirts in celebration of Chinese New Year.

    Crawford Gallery Opening

    Crawford Gallery
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    Senior Alumni Assembly

    The CHA & Springside School Alumni Associations will present each senior with a 2020 patch.  
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    SCHout Conference

    Auditorium, Middle School Building
    For full details: www.sch.org/schout
    To register:  SCHout Conference Registration


    Schedule

    8:30 AM 
    Registration Opens

    9:00 AM 

    This year's keynote speaker is Naomi Washington-Leapheart

    10:15- 3:30
    Story exchange, workshops, and activities for students

    10:30-11:45 AM 
    Professional Development:
    "Curating Brave Spaces" workshop with Naomi Washington-Leapheart
    applicable to high school educators
     
    Springside Chestnut Hill Academy welcomes high school and mature 8th grade students from the region to our 5th annual SCHout diversity conference, during which students will hear a keynote, participate in a story exchange designed to cultivate radical empathy, and engage in meaningful dialogue throughout the day in a series of social action workshops. (See posters below.)

    After the keynote, adult chaperones will have the opportunity to participate in a two-hour professional development workshop led by Naomi Washington-Leapheart, entitled "Curating Brave Spaces." During the workshop participants will employ case studies and role plays in order to engage in discussion about best practices for creating these spaces.
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    Chamber Singers Auditions

    WG Choir Rooms, E-20 and E-21
    Contact: Roland Woehr
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    Chambers Singers Auditions

    WG Choir Rooms, E-20 and E-21
    Contact: Roland Woehr
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    Chamber Singers Call Backs, if necessary

    WG Choir Rooms, E-20 and E-21
    Contact: Roland Woehr
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