CHP News

CHP News

International Academic Competitions

International Academic Competitions

In January, students in Grades 4 through 8 took the Online Regional Qualifying Exams for the National Geography Bee, National History Bee, and National Science Bee. Based upon their performance on these exams, approximately 30 Cedar Hill Prep students are scheduled to compete in the Regional Finals during late February through April. Of those CHP students who competed in the February 26th Regional Finals of the Geography Bee, History Bee, ...
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Cedar Hill Prep Spelling Bee Winners

CHP Spelling Bee

Cedar Hill Prep’s return from Winter Break was quite busy as students in grades 1 – 8 prepared for the annual Spelling Bee.  The first stage of the competition involved the Classroom Bees.  The two winners from each grade then advanced to the CHP school-wide Spelling Bee. With COVID protocols still in place, on the morning of January 20th, rather than gather in the gym, the on-campus CHP community and ...
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CHP NJ-SBDC Award

CHP NJ-SBDC Award

CHP’s founder Nan Menon is delighted to be honored on behalf of Cedar Hill Prep School by Elayne P. McClaine, the Regional Director for Middlesex County of the New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Rutgers University. Ms. McClaine had the following to share about Nan and her school, “Cedar Hill has been a client with us since 2014.  The school has grown and shown evidence of success through various ...
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Garden State Debate Team

Garden State Debate Tournament Victory

CHP’s debate team, under the guidance of Mrs. Nan Menon, took part in their first debate of the 2021-22 Garden State Debate League season. The team worked diligently in preparation and brought their very best rhetorical skills to the competition. For their efforts, CHP’s Debate Team took home multiple victories. CHP was tied for 1st place in total wins and took 2nd place in total percentage points. Other wins for ...
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Science Activity

Third Grade Science Activity Third graders enjoyed a spooky science lesson. In this fun activity, students combine art and science to create a colorful paper “x-ray” of their hands. In the “Skeleton Hand” students traced their hands, then added see-through bones to their picture, making their own skeleton hand. The students then compared their hand bones to the bones of a mystery animal. Third Grade Flashlight Third graders were introduced ...
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