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  • Academics / Music
    ensembles introductory and Advanced Placement music theory classes and advanced music seminars Through participation in the music program students develop creative and critical thinking skills advance their individual and ensemble musicianship skills engage in valued cultural traditions and continue Cheltenham s tradition of excellence in the arts Our ensembles hold themselves to the highest standards of excellence and they have earned superior ratings at festivals and toured both domestically and

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2411 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academics / Physical Education
    Cheltenham High School Physical Education Department is to develop the lifetime habits needed to maintain a higher level of wellness We provide a safe environment where all students have an opportunity to work as a team and develop a sense of fair play by encouraging respect cooperation and collective responsibility Our program offers a multitude of opportunities for students to explore the variety of life long activities available to achieve

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2394 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academics / Science
    the physical and life sciences Our mission is to create an environment where students can Engage in scientific questioning to extend their thinking and to guide investigations Work with scientific explanations and theories to connect and relate knowledge and concepts across various domains Perform inquiry based investigations that require students to ask questions make observations and predictions design experiments perform data analysis draw conclusions and construct arguments in a collaborative

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2418 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academics / Social Studies
    students to be college and career ready the high school social studies department provides students with a diverse range of options and experiences Our core curriculum features two courses focused on international experiences a U S History survey course and Economics World Cultures focuses on the political economic and social development of several non western regions World History provides students with a chronological approach focused on examining a variety of factors over time A unique feature of the World History course is an embedded comparative unit featuring the U S Constitution United States History provides students with an overview of the political social and economic developments of the United States since the 1850s Economics blends an introductory academic economics course with a consumer economics course to create a unique experience for our upperclassmen With the ability to take every social studies Advanced Placement course Human Geography World History U S History European History Microeconomics Macroeconomics Comparative Government American Government and Psychology CHS students can find the right amount of challenge to grow as college bound students Additionally the Department offers African American Studies Psychology Experimental Psychology and Sociology as electives All of these courses provide students with a variety of

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  • Academics / World Languages
    future careers and experiences While the goals and purpose of learning a classical language differ from those of a modern language these National Standards for Learning Languages are equally applicable MODERN WORLD LANGUAGES The study of modern world languages enables students to gain a profound appreciation of the complexity of language the art of literary expression and the richness of cultural traditions strengthen their command of grammatical concepts which in turn will lead to improved command of English grammar vocabulary and syntax acquire advanced levels of proficiency by providing courses up to AP level in all languages function as informed responsible and effective citizens of an interdependent multi lingual and multicultural world The philosophy of our modern world languages programs is to prepare students for language proficiency using interpersonal presentational and interpretive modes of communication We focus on accuracy of the language vocabulary mastery communication strategies and cultural awareness CLASSICAL WORLD LANGUAGE The study of Latin and the classical tradition provides access to foundations of our own culture through literature history and mythology of Ancient Greece and Rome profoundly increases English vocabulary by teaching students to break words apart etymologically improves students command of English structure and grammar thereby improving

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2412 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academics / Technology Education
    technological society Technology Education also interprets the socio economic framework and culture of our industrial society Many learning experiences are available in the fields of technical drawing architecture graphic arts desktop publishing building structures and woodworking technology These experiences will be of value to all students irrespective of the field of study they plan to pursue The Technology Education Department consists of three labs CAD Lab Computer Aided Design Graphic

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2475 (2016-04-30)
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  • Athletics / Overview
    Corner Concussion Testing PIAA Physical Form Cheltenham High School Athletics Athletics Athletics The primary goal of the high school athletic program is to provide a competitive arena where student athletes can display their talents enhance their physical wellness and skills and gain a greater technical and tactical understanding and appreciation of their chosen sport Within the athletic program it is expected that all participants display a competitive spirit outstanding sportsmanship and exemplary character throughout the year on and off the field of play The athletic program should be a positive component of the student athlete s educational experience Participation in the athletic program is considered a privilege extended by the high school through the Board of School Directors to students who choose to participate Participation in this program requires a commitment by the student athlete of his her time energy and loyalty as well as an acceptance of coaches decisions training techniques and expectations Resources Coaching Opportunites College Planning NCAA Eligibility Center PIAA Sports Physical Form Athletic Calendar Contact Information John Creighton Coordinator of Athletics Activities jcreighton cheltenham org 215 517 3720 Kimberly Slaninko Secretary kslaninko cheltenham org 215 517 3728 Big Teams App Download the Big Team App GET

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  • Athletics / Clubs & Activities
    appeal to a wide range of interests Most of the clubs listed below will run during the school year but some are entirely dependent on the interests of students Extracurriculars also play a part when you apply to colleges Most college applications ask about your activities That s because the things you do in your free time reveal a lot about you in ways that grades and test scores can

    Original URL path: http://www.cheltenham.org/Page/2435 (2016-04-30)
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