Dr. Steve Burnstein, 222, shares his experiences and reports out on the efforts of the AACHS Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Dr. Sheldon Pavel, the 13th and longest serving President of Central High School, has died.
The 212th class raised over $11,000 to fund laptop computers for Central students learning virtually during COVID.
The traditional Thanksgiving game has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
David Birnbaum, Vice President and Marisa Block, Recording Secretary When David Birnbaum (265) and Marisa Block (265) arrived at Central as freshmen in 2002, their
Neil Deegan, Vice President, 263 It wasn’t long after graduating from college that Neil Deegan started going back to Central to take part in the
Just in time for the 4th of July holiday weekend, check out the latest edition of the Alumni Journal!
Fred Gomez is not the kind of guy who spends time sitting around the house, despite turning 104 years old on September 9th, 2019. Twice
The School District of Philadelphia, along with Central High School and the Associated Alumni of Central High School held a groundbreaking ceremony at the school today to mark the start of construction for Phase 1 of a unique public-private partnership called “Leading the Way for Innovation and Creativity.”
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
The Associated Alumni of Central High School would like to congratulate Central President Timothy J. McKenna for receiving the coveted Martin L. Glassman Commitment
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
The AACHS is seeking the assistance of an individual(s) with experience in corporate/financial governance matters to aid in the drafting of governance documents for various
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
One point. That was the margin by which Roman Catholic High School defeated Central High School to win last year’s citywide high school mock trial championship.
The AACHS Summer/Fall 2018 Journal issue of the AACHS Alumni Journal is now live! In this edition, we have a recap of the annual dinner which broke
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 – a generous donation from the 228th Class – were installed over the summer by the Philadelphia School District employees.
A new show at the New Upper Merion Community Center in King of Prussia is featuring award-winning works by photographers including Central’s Milt Dienes (177). Dienes, 94, has been taking pictures for more than 70 years and his exclusive photos of Nagasaki, Japan, following its bombing in August 1945 by the U.S., are preserved in the Library of Congress.
Many a conversation has started between Central alumni encountering one of their own around town and around the world simply at the sight of a Central hat or T-shirt. Soon those conversations will start turning into honks and nods on the road, no doubt, thanks new license plates available to Pennsylvania drivers.
By Yvonne Dennis (246) One of the most frequent questions alumni ask about Dear Old High is what is the school like compared to when