The next Associated Alumni of Central High School mid-winter meeting offers alumni a chance to hear from School District of Philadelphia Superintendent Dr. William R. Hite
Growing up playing basketball, Nykesha Thompson (256) didn’t give much thought to the folks in the black and white stripes blowing the whistles and calling the fouls.
Finishing at the top of their division and making it to the playoffs in their inaugural year was great for Central’s boys lacrosse team.
etired Central teacher Ron Romoff (227) chatted at school with former mock-trial team captain Marvin Barnhill (274) while the college freshman was home from Penn State recently. “My first practice, Mr. Romoff walked up to me and said: ‘I don’t like you. I don’t want you on this team.’ It was a certain arrogance about me.” Mr. Barnhill said his response was: “I’m going to be the best mock-trial student you’ve ever had.”
By Yvonne Dennis (246) “Salve,” seniors greet Liz Hestand as they enter her advanced Latin class on a Monday morning. “Salve,” she returns, continuing with more
Central’s annual Career Day of professional guidance for students brought alumni from as far back as the 202 class to school on Tuesday. The district
Your Alumni Association is looking for alumni who can bring expertise and enthusiasm to one or more of the various AACHS committees. We especially can
Mayor-elect Jim Kenney has chosen the Police Department’s First Deputy Commissioner Richard Ross (241) to move into the top job after the new administration takes office in
Fourteen distinguished Central High School alumni, living and deceased, have been selected as the 2015 inductees for the Alumni Hall of Fame. Honorees come from
Central High teachers recently wrote to the Associated Alumni of Central High School to thank members for their continued generosity and wanted to widely share
Jennifer Hallam filming “What I’m Made of;” Ms. Hallam was nominated for an Emmy award in 2006 as part of the team of researchers on
By Yvonne Dennis (246) If most people make a mistake at work they can just shake it off and hope to do better the next
Retired Central teacher Robert Farber has continued his commitment to education with the publication earlier this year of his second book, “Farber’s Postulates of Education.”
Alumni, Central’s very talented music students have an incredible opportunity to perform with The Chicago Civic Orchestra this fall and they could use your help getting
Max W. Bieberbach III, who enjoyed staying in touch with his 195 classmates, died on Aug. 3, his daughter, Jill Bieberbach, reports. Mr. Bieberbach was
Associated Alumni board members recently resumed business after a bit of a summer hiatus. The board is anchored by experienced longtime members and newly invigorated
AACHS Board Member Judge John Milton Younge (232) has been nominated by President Barack Obama to serve on the federal bench in Philadelphia, the Associated Press reports.