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AACHS Journal – Winter 2019 Edition

 

The 2019 Winter Edition of the AACHS Alumni Journal has arrived! This edition contains information on the 2019 Annual Meeting; an article on Hall of Fame recipient, Betty Liu; new options for school spirit wear; the AACHS President’s message: “all about the kids” and much more! Please send any feedback to 

Signature Annual Meeting Event will feature two inimitable speakers!

Join us on Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 5 PM for The Associated Alumni of Central High School’s Annual Meeting and Dinner at the Sonesta Rittenhouse Square (1800 Market St., Philadelphia).

We are honored to announce our two inimitable speakers for the evening’s program: Jane Golden and alumna Trang Do (261). Ms. Golden is the Founder and Executive…

CHS Ranked Top Overall High School in Philadelphia

Central High School is not only the top high school in the city of Philadelphia, but the top overall school, according to the 2017-2018 School Progress Report (SPR) released by the School District of Philadelphia. This is the second consecutive year that Central has achieved that status. The SPR ranks schools in the areas of achievement, progress,…

Central Alumnus Donates Personal Papers to Central High School

Central alumni, faculty and students now have the opportunity to get a glimpse into what it was like to be on the front lines of the world’s financial markets over the last half century. Central alumnus Eugene (Gene) Rotberg (188) has gifted selected speeches and…

Kindness Matters

Leon Logothetis, motivational speaker and philanthropist, has been confirmed as the Keynote Speaker at Central High School on October, 30th 2018. Leon’s visit will be a part of The Kindness Diaries Tour; he will provide insight into his life and his own struggles with being bullied. Leon’s speaking style encourages interaction with the audience and inspire…

Project Cool Breeze

School bells rang for the commencement of the 2018-2019 school year last week, just days before Labor Day. While many students hoped for one more summer day albeit in the sweltering heat, this year, for the first time in the school’s history, students and teachers returned (or were welcomed) to classrooms that are air conditioned. 75 window unit air conditioners …