Check out the November 15th edition of The Lion's Roar News Broadcast.
West News Archive
For a November update on events at Cherry Hill West from Dr. Morton, click HERE!
For information from Dr. Morton about the Friday, October 27 evacuation that took place at High School West, click HERE.
Cherry Hill West's 2018 RAMPANT yearbook is currently on sale for $80. Order by Dec. 8th before prices rise again. Don't miss out on owning a limited edition collection of our school's stories for this year. Pre-order and reserve your copy today by visiting www.jostens.com!
Senior baby ads and business ads are currently on sale through Dec. 22nd. Celebrate your student's success and milestones by creating your recognition ad. Or showcase your business in the book that never loses its appeal. Custom ads may be purchased and built online by visiting www.jostensadservice.com!
For more on each type of ad, use these links:
Registration for Winter Sports is open from September 29th to November 3rd!
Staff members in need of a staff parking permit placard should complete an application, and submit it to Officer Graham.
Senior and Junior students can acquire a parking application at the Main office or at the link below.
Students with mopeds can park on the E-wing sidewalk near the overpass (sidewalk facing the field).
Applications can be submitted to the Campus Police. Questions can be directed to Officer Graham at Wgraham@chclc.org.
Please note the following important date change: The Guidance Senior Application presentation is moved from September 12th to Thursday, September 28th. Times and location remain the same; 7:00pm to 9:00pm in the West Auditorium.
For information on mandatory PARCC testing for students enrolled in this summer's district-approved, credit-bearing courses, click HERE.
The 2017 summer reading assignments are available on the District website.
On May 17, 2017 The Department of Human Services (DHS) honored 14 New Jersey high school and middle school students at an event in Trenton hosted by its Division of Family Development. The students were honored for their winning entries in the 2017 Teen Media Contest, which celebrated the students' artistic portrayal of a favorite weekend memory with their family.
Cherry Hill West's 10th grade student, Sharina Kuo, mentored by art teacher Sandra R. Sharp, won First Place in the High School Division. Winners were chosen based upon their interpretation of the year's theme. In addition to having her hand drawn artwork representing family unity featured in the 2018 calendar, Sharina received a plaque of achievement, an American Express gift card, and a pair of day passes to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.
All winning entries will be displayed in the Statehouse Annex Tunnel from May 22-24.
Pictured is Sharina Kuo with her winning entry:
Cherry Hill High School West art students won big in the PAT's Select Pizza/Grill Pizza Box Design Contest. Working with art teachers, Sandra R. Sharp and Andrea Savidge, Michelle Karadonis of PAT's Select Pizza/Grill of Cherry Hill, held an art competition for students to design artwork for a new pizza box. Fifty-one entries were submitted by West students in grades 9-12, and winners were selected by a judge's panel at Pat's Select Pizza/Grill.
On May 17th, 2017, Ms. Karadonis came to the Annual West Art Show to present a $1,000 award to the Cherry Hill High School West Art department in support of continuing art education at the highest level. In addition, students received first, second, third place, and honorable mention prizes of $300, $150, $75, and $25 gift certificates, respectively.
10,000 pizza boxes are being printed with Sharina Kuo's 1st place design, and will be distributed throughout the Cheery Hill Community in the Fall.
Sharina Kuo pointing to her winning design.
Sharina Kuo & Pat's Select Pizza/Grill representative Michelle Karadonis
From left to right are prize winning students Sharina Kuo, Marlee Rees, Emry Lloyd, and Kennedy Kaufman. Not pictured is student Jamie Gorlick.
From left to right are Michelle Karadonis , West art teachers Sandra Sharp, Andrea Savidge; art students Sharina Kuo, Marlee Rees, Emry Lloyd, Kennedy Kaufman; and art teacher Steven Ferenzi
Select summer enrichment classes are still open at Cherry Hill High School East in drama, art, photography, graphic design, model rockets, knitting, chess and more for Cherry Hill residents entering grades 5-11. Course descriptions and registration form are available online. Please submit registration form and payment ASAP.
The Cherry Hill Public Schools Guidance Department offers three summer courses to high school students/residents preparing to write their college essay and take the PSAT, SAT and/or ACT exam. Sessions for each course run from July 31-August 3 and August 7-10, with morning, afternoon and evening hours available. Click the links below for details and registration forms for each course.
All checks and registration forms must be submitted to the Guidance Department by Friday, June 16, 2017.
All Cherry Hill Public Schools are closed for Spring Break from Monday, April 10 through Friday, April 14, 2017. Schools will reopen for all students and staff on Monday, April 17, 2017 – the makeup day for the inclement weather closure on March 14.
Read an article from SNJ Today about the 'Hate Has No Home in Cherry Hill' campaign!
The make-up day for the snow day on March 14, 2017 will be Monday, April 17, 2017.
To see photos from the West Thespian Society's visit to the pediatric ward at Virtua as Disney Princesses on Thursday, 12/22, click HERE!
You're invited to our first-ever holiday shopping night. Get any last minute spirit item gifts, as the holidays are fast approaching! We will be offering a one-time deal; spend $30.00, receive a $5.00 gift card! With new merchandise just in, you won't want to miss out! Join us on Tuesday, December 20th, during school hours for students, or from 5:00 pm-7:00 pm for parents.
Cherry Hill West's "School of Rock" show receives an excellent review from DC Metro Arts' Tim Dunleavy!
The Cherry Hill Public Schools is in the process of doing water analysis in all 19 of our buildings. Please see the District's Water Testing Results & Plan page for updated information.
To read the letter recently sent out by Dr. Meloche concerning the beginning of state-mandated testing of water in CH schools, click HERE.
For the latest exciting news and happenings at West as of November 1 in a letter from Dr. Morton, click HERE!
To read Dr. Morton's letter about how the crossing of Chapel Ave. at the Garden State crosswalk is now permitted again, please click HERE.
To read a letter from Dr. Meloche detailing the challenges faced and procedures used in acquiring transportation for away sports events, click HERE.
Cherry Hill West's 2017 RAMPANT yearbook is currently now on sale for only $85. 2017 senior baby ads and business ads have been extended to February 16. Click HERE for more information.
To access the four summer reading assignments for all Cherry Hill high school students, click HERE.
Campus security wishes to notify the West community that all of the student parking spaces have been assigned and student parking applications are no longer being accepted.
Yearbooks are almost here! Pick up times in are as follows:
June 1, 2016 3:30 - 5:00
Open to All
- June 2nd - 2:45 - 4:00
- June 3rd through June 7th: LB1 and LB2, 2:45 - 3:30
- June 8th through June 13th: LB1 and LB2
Students must bring ID and receipts.
You can still purchase a yearbook!
Students who wish to purchase should bring $85 (cash or check made payable to West)
Seniors who wish to purchase should bring $85 CASH ONLY
View the "Athletic Education Night 2015" Presentation, an important source of information for all incoming 9th-grade athletes and parents!
Watch Dr. Meloche and Public Information Officer, Mrs. Barbara Wilson, discuss the collaborative efforts between East & West and the many ways you can learn about other events within the Cherry Hill Public Schools.
WE are Cherry Hill Public Schools!
The 2015-2016 NJ School Performance Report is now available for Cherry Hill HIgh School West
Anyone wishing to learn more about the process by which HIB incidents at CH West are recognized, recorded and responded to can access the relevant forms.
The Cherry Hill School District's valentine to parents and students this year is a new app. The free app, available February 14, 2014 on app stores for all smart phones, will allow parents, students and staff to get a wealth of district information all in one place. For more details on the app, read the News Release.
"Personal Financial Literacy" is a new course at West. This new semester (or ½ year course) is open to all freshman and sophomores. Students will develop skills and strategies that promote personal and financial responsibility related to financial planning, savings, investment, and charitable giving in the global economy. View a printable copy of the course expectations.
The AP Program provides students with the opportunity to take college level courses while still in high school.
Benefits from participating include -
For more information go to The College Board web site.