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  • 2003 Inductees
    baseball teams He coached the undefeated 1941 football team also inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame this year He was the Director of Athletics until 1960 In 2002 Hal was recognized for his outstanding qualities as an Educator Leader and Motivator as the first recipient of the Chestnut Hill Academy Alumni Association Special Recognition Award G Clayton Kyle 70 Clayton was an outstanding athlete and leader at CHA He was the captain of three sports and earned nine letters in football hockey and baseball In his senior year he was recognized as the Most Valuable Player on the football team earning All Inter Ac honors and was named to the All City All Star Team as well as named the Most Valuable Player on the hockey team Clayton was awarded the Patterson Cup as the outstanding athlete in his class as well as the prestigious Alumni Gold and Silver Medals At Princeton Clayton played hockey all four years his first on the freshman team as mandated by the NCAA and three on the varsity He captained the team his senior year and won the Richard Vaughn Cup for dedication to hockey Inter Ac Champions Undefeated Record 14 0 2 Germantown Friends School 2 0 Valley Forge Military Academy 3 1 George School 6 2 Hill School 1 0 Friends Select 5 0 Haverford School 2 0 Germantown Academy 3 1 Penn Charter 5 0 Episcopal Academy 1 1 Friends Select 6 1 Friends Central 3 0 Haverford School 5 0 Harrington High School 3 3 Germantown Academy 3 1 Penn Charter 1 0 Episcopal Academy 2 1 Points CHA 51 Opponents 11 Inter Ac Champions Head Coach James M Talbot II H 81 Captains Louis J Dollarton III 74 David N Rhoda 74 Christopher Brassell 89 At CHA Chris excelled in football basketball and baseball captaining the football and basketball teams He was named the Most Valuable Player in all three sports and made the All Inter Ac teams in basketball and baseball In football he won All Independence League honors was an All City defensive back and was captain and Most Valuable Player in the Daily News City All Star game In basketball Chris won the Markward Award and was selected to the Keystone State Games team Winner of CHA s Patterson Cup he was a finalist for the Daily News City Athlete of the Year and a finalist for the WIP Scholar Athlete of the Year At the University of Pennsylvania Chris was an outstanding two year All Ivy League wide receiver he won the Maxwell Award as Collegiate Player of the Month and led his team to an Ivy League Championship Rich Sheppard 77 Rich is an outstanding squash player and athlete At CHA he was named to the All Inter Ac squash team and led CHA s squash team to the Inter Ac Championship As a goalie on the soccer team he had 11 shutouts in 17 games in his senior year He also participated

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  • 2001 Inductees
    and basketball He set a school scoring record of 1 363 points in basketball won the Markward Award and made All Inter Ac First Team He captained the football team and led them to the Independence Football League Championship A Maxwell Award winner Paul was named IFL Player of the Year and to the IFL First Team offense and defense He won the Patterson Cup as the best athlete in his class and went on to be a four year starter and captain of the LaSalle University basketball team and to play professional basketball in Europe Dan played on the soccer baseball and basketball teams at CHA He was the captain pitcher infielder and an All City Selection on the 1973 Inter Ac Championship baseball team He was the goalie on the 1973 undefeated Inter Ac Championship soccer team with eight shutouts and allowing only 10 goals While at CHA Dan won the Patterson Cup the Mallery Scholar Athlete the Charles and Landreth Awards At Lafayette College Dan captained both the soccer and baseball teams and he was awarded the Class of 1913 Trophy as the school s top scholar athlete One of CHA s hardest working and most dedicated athletes Scott won many local regional and national ice skating titles while at CHA Scott went on to gain national prominence and achieve international acclaim During his skating career Scott won the 1980 World Professional Skating Championship seven national medals the 1978 Olympic Festival the 1976 Prague Skate the 1978 Ennia Cup of Holland and the 1981 United States Open Professional Championship Scott was a member of two World Amateur teams and two Olympic teams Ted was a four sport athlete at CHA starring on the basketball baseball football and track teams In basketball he earned First Team All Inter Ac honors as the third leading scorer in the league In baseball he twice won the team batting championship He co captained the football team earning All Inter Ac honors In track he set a school shot put record that stood for 30 years At Louisiana State University he was a key member of a National Intercollegiate Championship Rugby team and earned Regional All Star honors Allen was an outstanding four sport athlete at CHA distinguishing himself as a top athlete in football baseball basketball and track As quarterback on the football team he earned the prestigious Maxwell Club Award and All Inter Ac honors On the baseball team he was the star pitcher recording a no hit game and leading his team as batting champion He captained the basketball team for two years and was the high scorer in his senior year Jim Talbot Talbo turned the CHA soccer program into one of prominence in the Inter Ac and the region He was coach to hundreds of athletes and in his 27 years as head soccer coach he compiled an impressive overall record of 266 134 75 His teams won nine Inter Ac titles seven of them consecutively from

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  • Athletic Hall of Fame Nomination Form
    themselves build interests establish and pursue passions and connect with other students in a welcoming environment Athletics Philosophy Team Pages Meet the Athletic Department College and the SCH Athlete Sports Medicine Facilities Camps and Clinics Prospective Athlete Inquiry Form Athletics Teamwork sportsmanship personal commitment are the building blocks for a culture of success Cheer on the Blue Devils Our Athletic Department seeks to generate a sense of pride within the student body the faculty and the larger school community for its teams and the overall school Where are they playing now Our athletic directors coaches and college counselors are dedicated to helping our student athletes find the college that is right for them The Arts Music New Media Performing Arts Visual Arts Community Arts Arts Honors The Arts and New Media SCH Academy s Arts curriculum provides an impressive breadth and depth of experience for students Pre K 12 Using Technology in New Ways We build digital competency through creative projects that are driven by each student s interests and passions and through classroom experiences that are designed to help students become digital creators Artist in Residence The Artist in Residence program supports visits to the school by performing and visual artists Artists interact with students sharing their insights about art and the artistic process and working on a collaborative project Giving Interim Head of School Message Culture of Kindness Faces of Change Support SCH The SCH Fund Meet the Development Team Giving We invite you to participate in supporting our mission to educate students to be innovative leaders breakthrough thinkers and imaginative problem solvers Make a Gift We invite you to participate in supporting our mission Support SCH A tradition of inspiring young people to transform the world Alumni CHA Hall of Fame Athletic Hall of Fame Nomination Form

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  • SCH Difference | College Prep School in Philadelphia PA
    Extracurricular Offerings The program provides opportunities for students to express themselves build interests establish and pursue passions and connect with other students in a welcoming environment Athletics Philosophy Team Pages Meet the Athletic Department College and the SCH Athlete Sports Medicine Facilities Camps and Clinics Prospective Athlete Inquiry Form Athletics Teamwork sportsmanship personal commitment are the building blocks for a culture of success Cheer on the Blue Devils Our Athletic Department seeks to generate a sense of pride within the student body the faculty and the larger school community for its teams and the overall school Where are they playing now Our athletic directors coaches and college counselors are dedicated to helping our student athletes find the college that is right for them The Arts Music New Media Performing Arts Visual Arts Community Arts Arts Honors The Arts and New Media SCH Academy s Arts curriculum provides an impressive breadth and depth of experience for students Pre K 12 Using Technology in New Ways We build digital competency through creative projects that are driven by each student s interests and passions and through classroom experiences that are designed to help students become digital creators Artist in Residence The Artist in Residence program supports visits to the school by performing and visual artists Artists interact with students sharing their insights about art and the artistic process and working on a collaborative project Giving Interim Head of School Message Culture of Kindness Faces of Change Support SCH The SCH Fund Meet the Development Team Giving We invite you to participate in supporting our mission to educate students to be innovative leaders breakthrough thinkers and imaginative problem solvers Make a Gift We invite you to participate in supporting our mission Support SCH A tradition of inspiring young people to transform the world Our

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  • Class of 1957 Artist in Residence
    part of his or her educational experience Leadership Opportunities Students are provided with opportunities to build and test their leadership skills act as mentors to younger students and represent the student body Extracurricular Offerings The program provides opportunities for students to express themselves build interests establish and pursue passions and connect with other students in a welcoming environment Athletics Philosophy Team Pages Meet the Athletic Department College and the SCH Athlete Sports Medicine Facilities Camps and Clinics Prospective Athlete Inquiry Form Athletics Teamwork sportsmanship personal commitment are the building blocks for a culture of success Cheer on the Blue Devils Our Athletic Department seeks to generate a sense of pride within the student body the faculty and the larger school community for its teams and the overall school Where are they playing now Our athletic directors coaches and college counselors are dedicated to helping our student athletes find the college that is right for them The Arts Music New Media Performing Arts Visual Arts Community Arts Arts Honors The Arts and New Media SCH Academy s Arts curriculum provides an impressive breadth and depth of experience for students Pre K 12 Using Technology in New Ways We build digital competency through creative projects that are driven by each student s interests and passions and through classroom experiences that are designed to help students become digital creators Artist in Residence The Artist in Residence program supports visits to the school by performing and visual artists Artists interact with students sharing their insights about art and the artistic process and working on a collaborative project Giving Interim Head of School Message Culture of Kindness Faces of Change Support SCH The SCH Fund Meet the Development Team Giving We invite you to participate in supporting our mission to educate students to be innovative

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  • Global Citizens, SCH | Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle & High
    her educational experience Leadership Opportunities Students are provided with opportunities to build and test their leadership skills act as mentors to younger students and represent the student body Extracurricular Offerings The program provides opportunities for students to express themselves build interests establish and pursue passions and connect with other students in a welcoming environment Athletics Philosophy Team Pages Meet the Athletic Department College and the SCH Athlete Sports Medicine Facilities Camps and Clinics Prospective Athlete Inquiry Form Athletics Teamwork sportsmanship personal commitment are the building blocks for a culture of success Cheer on the Blue Devils Our Athletic Department seeks to generate a sense of pride within the student body the faculty and the larger school community for its teams and the overall school Where are they playing now Our athletic directors coaches and college counselors are dedicated to helping our student athletes find the college that is right for them The Arts Music New Media Performing Arts Visual Arts Community Arts Arts Honors The Arts and New Media SCH Academy s Arts curriculum provides an impressive breadth and depth of experience for students Pre K 12 Using Technology in New Ways We build digital competency through creative projects that are driven by each student s interests and passions and through classroom experiences that are designed to help students become digital creators Artist in Residence The Artist in Residence program supports visits to the school by performing and visual artists Artists interact with students sharing their insights about art and the artistic process and working on a collaborative project Giving Interim Head of School Message Culture of Kindness Faces of Change Support SCH The SCH Fund Meet the Development Team Giving We invite you to participate in supporting our mission to educate students to be innovative leaders breakthrough thinkers and imaginative problem solvers Make a Gift We invite you to participate in supporting our mission Support SCH A tradition of inspiring young people to transform the world Our Difference Global Citizens Home Our Difference Global Citizens The Sands Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Skill Set and Mindset CEL Classes The Venture Incubator Engineering and Robotics Partnership with FIRST Achievements and Highlights Customized Space Media Gallery New Media Outdoor Program Lower School for Boys Lower School for Girls Middle School for Boys Middle School for Girls 9th Grade Outward Bound Experience Global Citizens Language and Cultural Immersion and Exchanges Meaningful Service Learning Experiences Field Research and Experiential Study Stories from Abroad Our Green Footprints Past Trips Cambodia 2013 Canada 2013 Denmark 2014 Ecuador Galápagos 2014 Ethiopia 2013 France 2011 2013 2015 Italy 2012 2014 2016 Mexico 2013 2014 2015 New Zealand 2014 Peru 2015 Russia 2013 Senegal 2010 2014 Spain 2011 2013 Thailand 2015 United Arab Emirates 2011 2015 2016 Trips Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Thailand Italy Peru Ellen 77 mother of Robert 16 The trip was everything he and we could wish for him and more Upon Robert s return we lived vicariously through his plane rides whitewater rafting hiking biking

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  • Entrepreneurial Leadership at SCH|Pre K-12, Philadelphia
    a welcoming environment Athletics Philosophy Team Pages Meet the Athletic Department College and the SCH Athlete Sports Medicine Facilities Camps and Clinics Prospective Athlete Inquiry Form Athletics Teamwork sportsmanship personal commitment are the building blocks for a culture of success Cheer on the Blue Devils Our Athletic Department seeks to generate a sense of pride within the student body the faculty and the larger school community for its teams and the overall school Where are they playing now Our athletic directors coaches and college counselors are dedicated to helping our student athletes find the college that is right for them The Arts Music New Media Performing Arts Visual Arts Community Arts Arts Honors The Arts and New Media SCH Academy s Arts curriculum provides an impressive breadth and depth of experience for students Pre K 12 Using Technology in New Ways We build digital competency through creative projects that are driven by each student s interests and passions and through classroom experiences that are designed to help students become digital creators Artist in Residence The Artist in Residence program supports visits to the school by performing and visual artists Artists interact with students sharing their insights about art and the artistic process and working on a collaborative project Giving Interim Head of School Message Culture of Kindness Faces of Change Support SCH The SCH Fund Meet the Development Team Giving We invite you to participate in supporting our mission to educate students to be innovative leaders breakthrough thinkers and imaginative problem solvers Make a Gift We invite you to participate in supporting our mission Support SCH A tradition of inspiring young people to transform the world Our Difference The Sands Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Home Our Difference The Sands Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership The Sands Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Skill Set and Mindset CEL Classes The Venture Incubator Engineering and Robotics Partnership with FIRST Achievements and Highlights Customized Space Media Gallery New Media Outdoor Program Lower School for Boys Lower School for Girls Middle School for Boys Middle School for Girls 9th Grade Outward Bound Experience Global Citizens Language and Cultural Immersion and Exchanges Meaningful Service Learning Experiences Field Research and Experiential Study Stories from Abroad Our Green Footprints Mission Statement The Sands Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership embodies a bold and innovative vision that challenges the constraints of traditional education preparing students to change the world through an entrepreneurial mindset a mindset of curiosity and courageous creativity Our passionate and progressive faculty guide students to recognize the intersections among various disciplines where their traditional liberal arts coursework meets entrepreneurship technology and design By building our students mental flexibility we help them be comfortable with complexity and to be adaptable empathetic and resilient problem solvers Equipped with this pioneering mindset the graduates of Springside Chestnut Hill Academy become leaders inquisitive courageous and ready to shape the future According to the U S Department of Labor 65 of today s grade school kids will end up in a job that hasn t

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  • SCH's Green Footprints | Pre K- 12 in Philadelphia PA
    in Haiti using biosand filters List of 1 items In Our Cafeterias SCH Academy is committed to making our cafeterias as green as possible From our use of locally grown produce and composting efforts to careful choices about products and waste disposal we strive to reduce cafeteria waste SCH is the first school in Pennsylvania to be a Certified Green Restaurant through the Green Restaurant Association In 2011 the Sustainability Committee and the Eco Clubs designed a new waste disposal center The center features three bins one each for recycling compost and trash The goal is to provide a system to facilitate waste disposal in the cafeterias and create zero waste cafeterias Students enjoy a farm to school local produce program Local and organic foods are offered frequently in the cafeterias Starting in the fall of 2015 SCH cafeterias no longer carry disposable plates cups or silverware and instead switched to reusable products only for daily breakfast and lunch service This transition to reusable was funded in part by a grant from Recyclebank Middle School girls received a GRinCH Green in Chestnut Hill grant to help promote single use water bottle awareness and reduction and a new water bottle filling station List of 1 items In Our Buildings SCH Academy strives to implement best practices for green construction and building materials and is committed to the use of renewable energy sources The 23 000 square foot Gold LEED Certified Rorer Center for Science and Technology at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy built in 2008 is a vibrant learning center that serves as an active teaching tool for environmental responsibility The high performance building envelope features superior insulating value air and vapor barriers and double glazed low E window units The glass lobby serves as a large scale vestibule and transition zone from the outdoors In addition the photovoltaic panels wind turbine rainwater collection system and real time display in the main lobby are some of the more visible elements of sustainable design Bulletin boards in the Lower and Middle School hallways are made of a renewable sustainable nature friendly product called Forbo which is ranked first in an eco balance product analysis The wainscoting in the Lower School hallways is made from earth friendly sunflower seed husks Prior to construction of the new academic wing on the Cherokee Campus rubble from the former Upper School building was sorted and separated Metal and rebar were recycled and the remaining cement was crushed and used in the subsurface of the main visitor parking lot Special parking spots for hybrid and HOV vehicles High Occupancy Vehicles have been set aside to encourage carpooling and reduce the use of vehicles on our campus Anyone with two or more licensed drivers in their car is encouraged to use these conveniently located spots Additionally both campuses are idle free zones While waiting for students at dismissal time car and bus drivers are asked to turn off their engines List of 1 items In Our Recycling Bins SCH

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