CHCA Cocktail Party Fundraiser benefits the Friends of the Children's Playground

Thanks to all who attended the Oct. 10 CHCA Cocktail Party Fundraiser held at the Market at the Fareway. Proceeds from the event benefited the Friends of the Children's Playground in Chestnut Hill and the Chestnut Hill Community Association.

A new campus entrance coming to Chestnut Hill College

The entrance, at the intersection of Germantown and Hillcrest Avenues, is for the Commonwealth Chateau at SugarLoaf. The construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.

Germantown residents bring music into Philadelphia Schools

Musicopia has now served about 360,000 students, including some in northwest Philadelphia.

PC girls bring experience and young talent to title quest

On December 1 the Quakers launched their 2021-22 season playing the Abington Friends Kangaroos, and PC prevailed, 55-22. It was the team's first appearance in Penn Charter's new Graham Athletics and Wellness Center and the 100th win with the Quakers for head coach Joe Maguire, now in his seventh season with the squad.

In its last basketball skirmish before these encounters become official, Mount St. Joseph Academy hosted Pope John Paul II High School for a scrimmage late on Saturday afternoon. The sum of the scores from the four periods revealed a 47-21 advantage for the Mount Magic over the visiting Panthers.
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy and Germantown Friends School were back at it last Tuesday,November 30,  when the SCH Blue Devils hosted the Tigers in the dual-meet season opener for both schools.

Pandemic taught us important lessons

"Education is a passport to the future." It's more than just tests and textbooks, rather, it's information and life skills that draw out passion and potential in ourselves.