SCH junior Zach Schapiro launches Election Accomplice—an app designed to engage students in the election process just in time for November 2020.
This fall two major Chestnut Hill institutions will offer a rare glimpse into the work of Sam Feinstein, a prominent Philadelphia artist in the abstract expressionist style. The retrospective exhibitions, two at the Woodmere Art Museum and one at SCH Academy, will provide a career-spanning perspective on Feinstein’s work.
During the pandemic, SCH fifth grader Grant Collier was one of the few to act on his entrepreneurial spirit. After noticing a soap shortage across the community, he decided it was the perfect time to start his soap-making business.
With the goal of advancing equity and racial justice in their respective schools, an ambitious group of 21 student diversity leaders from area independent and Catholic schools convened online in mid-August for an initial three-hour conversation and to officially launch the student collective called Action Independent.
Two incoming class of 2021 seniors this fall have been named finalists in the Delaware Valley Science Council Awards Program! Find out which students and what round they move on to next.
Every year, our graduating artists have the chance to display their artwork on Senior Walls as a culmination of all their hard work and dedication. Please enjoy our ten featured 2020 senior artists' virtual galleries!
In this letter, SCH Board Chair Patrick Lindsay provides an update on the diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts (DEI) taken by the SCH community over the summer.
Head of School Steve Druggan communicates a revision to SCH Academy's reopening plan for the month of Septemeber 2020.
In this letter, Head of School Steve Druggan shares SCH Academy's "Roadmap to Reopening" for the 2020-2021school year, along with an update on the school's efforts and plans to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community.
In this letter, Head of School Steve Druggan shares campus news relating to the COVID-19 phase changes within our region.
In this letter, SCH Board Chair Patrick Lindsay outlines how the SCH community strives to create a more just, more equitable society. To provide the framework for this work, the board has formed a SCH Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee to offer resources, information, discussion, and support on these critical issues.
In this letter, Head of School Steve Druggan shares his thoughts in the wake of the murder of George Floyd and the work SCH will do moving forward to ensure a better place for all identities.