Scholarship Awards






                                          Adam Heath         Eleanor Roberts        Lauren Wilson         Meghan Huang          Seo Ri Park



Five seniors from the class of 2010 were awarded Alumni Association Scholarships at the senior awards program held at the high school on June 10th.  Seori Park received the class of 1953 scholarship. She will be attending Boston College where she will be majoring in biology. While at CHS, Seori was involved in the marching band where she held the title of Drum Major and played the flute and piccolo. She was also part of the jazz band, percussion ensemble, and the musical pit. She also was inducted into the National Honor Society and the French National Honors Society. Park plays piano at her church. She hopes to join the marching band while at Boston and play a completely different. Lauren Wilson received the Eleanor Huston Scott ‘36/Roger M. Scott ‘36 scholarship. Lauren will be attending Wheaton College. She has not decided on a major at the time of this writing. The Cheltonian, the school newspaper commented on her “commitment to excellence over the past four years is undeniable.” She was in the fall play three years, the spring musical for four years, symphonic orchestra, honors choir, touring ensemble, and Up the Octave, a female a cappella group. She was a member of the National Honor Society, the science fair for two years. Lauren was also on the volleyball team in her freshman year. Her community activities included involvement in her church band and community babysitting. It’s off to West Chester University for Adam Heath where he will be majoring in Criminal Justice. He has received the G.R. “Bill” Rittenhouse, ’36 scholarship. While at CHS Adam  was involved in a mock presidential debate and the“fishbowl” on the achievement gap. He also was a Constitution Scholar. He was on the winter and spring track teams. His community activities included a food drive, Martin Luther King Day and the Dufar Rally. The class of 1952 scholarship was awarded to Eleanor Roberts. Eleanor will be attending Princeton University where she will major in History. Activities while at CHS included National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, French Honor Society, the school newspaper, science fair, SADD, and the ski & snowboard club. Eleanor was also involved in athletic activities which included cross country, winter & spring track and soccer. Her community activities included being a Docent at the Wall House and guest chef at Ronald McDonald House. Meghan Huang has received the Dr. Jerome I. Marcus, ’68 scholarship. Meghan will be attending Swarthmore College where she will be majoring in Psychology. Meghan was involved in the CHS Marching Band, Wind Ensemble and Orchestra. She was inducted into the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society.


The Alumni Association wishes our scholarship winners the best as they move on to the next phase of their lives. 






The Alumni Association awarded seven scholarships to members of the class of 2009.  These scholarships reflect the Alumni Association’s continued commitment to the Cheltenham High School community.   All seven winners met the requirements established by the CHS Alumni Association.



Back row (left to right) Karen Horn Bonitatibus, class of 1977 and Alumni Board Member; Anna Robertson, Jennifer Lauzus, Dannielle Schwartz, Betty Cataldi, class of 1962,  Alumni President. 

Front row (left to right) Kailah King, Lindsey Pretsch, Nana Frimpong  and Noam Mayer-Deutsch.





The Alumni Association awarded seven scholarships to members of the class of 2008.  These scholarships reflect the Alumni Association’s continued commitment to the Cheltenham High School community.   All seven winners met the requirements established by the CHS Alumni Association.


            SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS...The Cheltenham High School Alumni Association, for the 29th

            consecutive year, presented seven graduating seniors with scholarship awards. Front row L to R:

            Andrew Freed (Temple University), Jarae Payne (University of Pittsburgh), June Lu, (Temple

            University), Neil Schroeder, (University of Delaware). Back row L to R: Betty Cataldi, Alumni

            president, Jason Mullins (Ursinus College), Catherine McGoldrick (University of Vermont),

           Thomas Shepherd (Cornell University) and Dr. Jerome Marcus,





One of  our primary goals is to provide  financial assistance to qualified students continuing their academic or vocational education.


Since 1980 we have awarded an estimated $85,000. in scholarships. These grants have mostly been drawn from capital raised from membership dues, which cannot continue.     We have re-established a scholarship fund-raising program that is part of our by-laws. We hope this program will eventually generate enough interest to provide ten $500. scholarships per year.  You can help us attain this goal by sending your tax-deductible contribution TODAY!  Any amount is most welcome; but the following donation categories were established by the Alumni Association.


PATRON                               FRIEND OF CHELTENHAM            “ PANTHER  CLUB

$250.  to $500.                                 $501. to $1,000.                            $1, $2,500..



$2,501. minimum


Donations will be listed in our annual newsletter.


Let’s see a long list in each category by the time the next Panther’s Tale is published!!


If you move, please send new address, year of graduation, name (include maiden name) to:

CHS Alumni Association

Box 217

Wyncote, PA 19095


If you are planning a reunion, please contact the Alumni office.





Students that have received scholarships

from the Alumni Association.




Erica Baumann



Maxwell Galka  (Wagman)


Ellen Greenberg



Kristin Geissar


Karen Lewis



Christina Pron  (Rose)





Gina Santarelli  (Class of 1960)


Deborah Goldblum



Elyse Shenkman


Nathaniel Goodman





Laura Lehman



Jenny Bohrman





Cristin Mann  (Rose)


Mary Goebel



Joel Oliphint


Arthur Karloff



Evan Schneyer  (Wagman)


Jacquelyne Myers








Liam Dillon  (Wagman)


Walter Bauman



Christopher Mangels  (Rose)


Traci Hall



Rebecca Odom  (Class of 1957)


Gregg Maisel



Jo Hanna Przybylowski  (Fleisher)







Matthew Cole



Jose Astuarias  (Wagman)


Joel Goldstein



Cristiana Costa  (Rose)


Beryl Sandler



Matthew Joiner  (Rothschild)





Gabriell Tabak  (Ronald Shapiro)


Johnna Corbett



Collen Normile  (Edwin B. Keim)


Jeanne Scanion





Rachel Webber



Alan Hafri





Jennifer Kosmin


Anthony Ciabarra



Wsther Pak


Regina Smith



Daniel Faigus


Allen Wolinsky



Julia Cohan







Bruce Greenblatt



Gavin Ellis


Kae-Eun Kang



Jason Manoharan


Zachary Shore



Christopher Browne





Brian Marsden


Francis McGrath



Kara Sharkey


Ohn Park



Louren Malinowski


Cuong D. Vu



Joni Baumgarten





Rachael Shenkman


Carmella Baxter





Bernadette Hennegan



Jonathan Goldstein


Hun Sok Kawg (Wagman)



Caroline Ingber





Sophia Tan


Jeffrey Beck



Joshua Kissel


Matthew Keiser



Marie Haas


Scott Lesicko





Thuy Nguyen



Jennifer Park


Joseph Zabara



David Barford





Lindsay Wilson


Karl Allicon



Lydia Civello


Yahne Baker



Cecilia Jacinto


Jeanmarie Boyes





Mary Krohn



Jason Chen


Beth Mantz



Jeffrey Malinowski





Alexander Posmontier


Dov Campbell





Hee Young Cho



Jason Mullins


Hun Lee



Daniel Schroeder





June Lu


Adam Kraemer



Jarae Payne


Katy Rudin



Thomas Shepherd


Ian Spiegel



Andrew Freed


Jason Young



Catherine McGoldrick







Daniel Becker



Nana Frimpong


Michael Rosenzweig



Kailah King


Andre Rubin



Jennifer Lauzus





Noam Mayer-Deutsch


Ann Miller



Lindsey Pretsch


Latelle Rogers



Anna Robertson


Rachael Samberg



Dannielle Schwartz







Jean Capizzi



Adam Heath


Denise Connor  (Rose)



Eleanor Roberts


Amanda Hector



Lauren Wilson


Kellen Zale  (Wagman)



Meghan Huang





Seo Ri Park


Maureen Brown  (Roase)





Matthew Chamberlain  (Wagman)





Erica Keen





Alexis Wetzel










Lisa Herr  (Rose)





Dana Schwartz





Michael Vogel  (Wagman





Emily Wilson










John Chamberlain





Jessica Coyne  (Rose)





Bun-Chu Lai





Linda Simon  (Class of 1937)





Christopher Wilcox  (Wagman)