CHP News

CHP News

CHP Track Team

CHP Wildcats Track Team

CHP’s Wildcats hit the track for the first time on 4/25 at Greenbrook Middle School and at the 13th annual Big Blue Relays held at Pingry School on 4/27. There were 9 other schools in competition: Pingry, Central Middle School, Gill St. Bernard’s, Harding Middle School, Kent Place, Stuart, Far Brook, and Montclair Kimberly. Both the boys and the girl's team entered the 100m, 200m, 400m, and 4 x 100m ...
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Mathcounts Winners

Mathcounts and Math League Winners

Every year, our Seventh and Eighth Grade students participate in the MathCounts Competition. This year, the annual Regional MathCounts Chapter Competition was held online on February 17th. Every year in the contest, we have a “Best in School” award and this year’s CHP winner is N. Patel from 8th Grade! Patel came in 1st Place among the other Seventh and Eighth Grade participants. Coming in a close 2nd was S ...
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CHP Science Fair

From Tuesday, April 12th to Thursday, April 14th, 2022, Cedar Hill Prep turned the lower school building and the gymnasium into a laboratory where the experiments of students from throughout the school were arranged in a labyrinth of scientific discovery. Tables from one gym wall to the other were each adorned with an elaborate experiment or science project. The students put forth a number of intriguing questions and hypotheses. Among ...
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Science STEM Program

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

The Junior Solar Sprints program is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) competition that engages students to design, build and race solar-powered model cars. Students will need to create a car out of upcycled materials by first designing it freehand and then on TinkerCAD. By working in groups, students will learn to cooperate and collaborate during the design process. In order to learn physics and engineering, the students will ...
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CHP Pi Day

Pi Day

On Pi Day, March 14, 2022, CHP students celebrated the transcendental number, π, in a variety of ways. In their math classes, students played a Pi Challenge dice game, and a Pi Square tangram puzzle, where students had to complete two challenges. Combining the five pieces that they were given, they had to first form a perfect square. It required team effort and unorthodox thinking to meet this challenge. They ...
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