Cherry Hill High School West
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a widely used and respected career development program and test. The ASVAB will be available, free of charge, to all Cherry Hill West students on October 19, 2018 in grades 10-12.
Developed by the Department of Defense, the ASVAB Career Exploration Program helps students to identify potential careers in both military and civilian arenas. Although the military uses this sort of testing to help identify occupational specialists, students who plan to attend college or technical school will also benefit from this program, as it helps them to focus their interests on relevant career paths.
An ASVAB representative will be at Cherry Hill West on Friday, October 19, 2018 to begin the program at 7:30 AM. Because the three hour test requires students to miss some of their regular classes, we are asking for parental permission prior to allowing your son or daughter to participate. Please have your son or daughter see their guidance counselor for a permission slip.
For details on how you can help fight cancer with the West girls volleyball team just by attending their match on October 4 against Seneca, click HERE!
For details on the chance West students have to earn dual credit at High School West and local colleges, click HERE!
1. Senior students are allowed to park on the side lot of Jones Gym, on the front lot of Jones gym between the yellow lines and on senior hill. Senior students will collectively be notified in reference to the Senior Parking Applications during orientation.
2. Junior students are not allowed to park on the school lots. Junior students can park on the stadium lot.
3. Students can park their mopeds at the bike racks or on the E-wing sidewalk (baseball side only).
Senior students are reminded that they are allowed to park on Senior Hill, the front lot of Jones Gym between the yellow lines and the side lot of Jones Gym UNTIL THE PARKING PERMITS ARE ISSUED.
Click HERE for parking application!
To read a newsletter from Dr. Morton released on April 2, 2018, click HERE.
Registration for CHPS School-Age Child Care (SACC) and Extended Day Child Care (EDCC) for the 2018-2019 school year is now open. Parents may register their children now online.
Dr. Meloche has issued a new statement to the community as of March 2, 2018, regarding safety and security.
Dr. Meloche has issued a letter to the community regarding current events and student demonstrations.
The Cherry Hill Public Schools seeks parents to become part of the new Special Education Parent Advisory Group (SEPAG), which will provide opportunities for parents and community members to offer input to the District on critical issues relating to students with disabilities. SEPAG will be composed of one parent/guardian from each of the 19 schools in the District, as well as a parent/guardian representing out-of-district students. A flyer with details about SEPAG is available online. Additionally, a letter regarding the group formation process as well the interest form to be considered for the group are available online. The deadline for submission is October 12, 2018.
Curious about the 11 candidates running for the three open Board of Education seats in this year's November 6 election? Biographies of the candidates are now available online.
Biographies are published as submitted by the candidates, unedited.
Superintendent Dr. Joseph Meloche announced in a statement at the Board of Education meeting on August 14, 2018 that the bond referendum special election, originally scheduled for October 2, 2018, is postponed. The new special election date will be announced in the coming weeks. Video of the entire August 14, 2018 Board of Education meeting is available on our YouTube channel.
Our latest Minute with Dr. Meloche follows up on the status of the State's approval of our bond referendum projects. During the video, Dr. Meloche refers to a presentation available online, with project lists for each school.
Our new way to keep you in-the-know: "A Minute with Dr. Meloche" videos offer information in one minute or less, on our social media platforms, about hot topics in the District! First up: Our July 9, 2018 segment, in which Dr. Meloche discusses when will we announce how the expected $3.1 million in additional state funding will be used in our schools. This video is now archived on our YouTube channel, with closed captioning.