“The students here are nice. And because this is the first year I’m going to a private school, I feel that there are a lot more opportunities here, like debate, soccer, and basketball. Also, there is a lot more freedom of speech in this school than in previous schools.”
– William Qi
” I like that everyone is friendly and non-exclusive. Also, I appreciate recess.”
– Leela Menon
“Hi, I don’t know if you remember me, but this is James Ingram, former Cedar Hill Prep student from ‘06-‘09. I remember CHP from back at Oakcrest to the partial year at the Ukrainian Center to the Inaugural Cedar Hill Prep School year in 2008. I remember CHP very fondly, and I attribute my sports career to your motivation, Mr Seeley, starting at the age of 6. I have done very well since leaving CHP, as I am currently a senior at Piscataway High School and have recently committed to continue my academic and baseball careers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD.
– James Ingram
“What I like about cedar hill prep is that it has teachers always willing to help.”
– Sean Gilsenan
On Friday October 12th during lunch and recess, all middle schoolers experienced DEAR (Drop Everything and Read). This program is being initialed to support a community of readers here at CHP. Across all hallways and in all classrooms students ate their lunches in quiet bliss as they got lost in a good book. Some parents responded to our open invitation and joined their student for some special reading time. We look forward to our monthly DEAR Time and encourage all parents to join us!
CHP has grown into a strong community, and our students and families are integral to our school. To capture the essence of this community, we would like to feature our CHP families in our very own "Humans of CHP." CHPERF would like to recognize, Mr. Ruchira Jayasuriya and Mrs. Shalini Sirisena, parents of Pre-K3 student Siyana Jayasuriya...