Daily Announcements

Student Board Reports

Each month during the school year, a student representative from Cedar Cliff speaks to the Board of School Directors during their scheduled Board Meeting. This presentation provides the West Shore community with an overview of events and accomplishments happening at the Cliff. We are proud to make these reports available for download below. Enjoy.

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The yearbook is currently on sale for the discounted price of $60 until the end of September.  They will cost $75 later this year.   

April Announcements

Thursday, April 18th,Cycle Day 1

April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM.   Cedar Cliff is FAMOUS for its generosity when it comes to donating blood. Over the last fifty years, the two largest high school blood drives in Central, Pennsylvania history (according to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank) have been at Cedar Cliff High School (202 pints in 2014 and 196 pints in 2015).  Each pint of donated blood equates to 3 units of blood. The BOTTOM LINE is that giving blood is something that only each of us can do…donating our own blood. If you are 16 years old and have your parent’s consent or are 17 years old or older, you are eligible to donate. All students, faculty, and members of the community who attempt to give blood will be eligible to enter a raffle for Starbucks or McDonalds Gift Cards.  There are ten $10 gift cards and two $25 gift cards that will be awarded. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. Permission slips are available in the JROTC office in the Library where you can also sign up for a particular time slot to donate blood. Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood.

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.

Video game club will be meeting in room 127 today. See you there!

In Sports...

The young colts got back on the winning track defeating Cumberland Valley 4-0 behind the spectacular pitching of Brady Ward. Brady threw 7 innings of 1 hit baseball with 8 strike outs and scored a run to help his own cause.  Matt Ilgenfritz provided an RBI double and Roman Garcia had an RBI Sac Fly to lead the offense.


 

 

Wednesday, April 17th,Cycle Day 6

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM.   Cedar Cliff is FAMOUS for its generosity when it comes to donating blood. Over the last fifty years, the two largest high school blood drives in Central, Pennsylvania history (according to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank) have been at Cedar Cliff High School (202 pints in 2014 and 196 pints in 2015).  Each pint of donated blood equates to 3 units of blood. The BOTTOM LINE is that giving blood is something that only each of us can do…donating our own blood. If you are 16 years old and have your parent’s consent or are 17 years old or older, you are eligible to donate. All students, faculty, and members of the community who attempt to give blood will be eligible to enter a raffle for Starbucks or McDonalds Gift Cards.  There are ten $10 gift cards and two $25 gift cards that will be awarded. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. Permission slips are available in the JROTC office in the Library where you can also sign up for a particular time slot to donate blood. Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood. Signups are today at 9:00 in the auditorium.

The Young Republicans will have Thomas Kutz in tomorrow morning at 7:10 for their meeting. Thomas is a graduate of Cedar Cliff running for the Township Commissioner of Lower Allen. All are welcome.

In Sports…

The boys tennis team lost a hard fought match to Chambersburg yesterday 1 to 4. Winning for Cedar Cliff was Alex Arensdorf at #1 Singles in straight sets.

Yesterday, the boys track team came up just short against Susquehanna Township. Winners included:

Jack Linsey in the 1600 meters

Simon Richards in the 3200 meters

Wil Youse in the Long Jump

Landon Garland in the Pole Vault.


 

 

Tuesday, April 16th Cycle Day 5

April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM.   Cedar Cliff is FAMOUS for its generosity when it comes to donating blood. Over the last fifty years, the two largest high school blood drives in Central, Pennsylvania history (according to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank) have been at Cedar Cliff High School (202 pints in 2014 and 196 pints in 2015).  Each pint of donated blood equates to 3 units of blood. The BOTTOM LINE is that giving blood is something that only each of us can do…donating our own blood. If you are 16 years old and have your parent’s consent or are 17 years old or older, you are eligible to donate. All students, faculty, and members of the community who attempt to give blood will be eligible to enter a raffle for Starbucks or McDonalds Gift Cards.  There are ten $10 gift cards and two $25 gift cards that will be awarded. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. You can sign up and pick up permission slips in the auditorium at 9:00 on Wednesday, April 17th or simply come by the JROTC office in the Library. Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood.


Congratulations to the boys volleyball team for defeating Red Land last night in 4 sets. Alex Widmer, and Hunter Anderson with 6 kills, Ben Gregory with 4 and Mason Weyant had 8 and Mo Clark with 11, Will Farrell had 27 Assists, and Miguel, Nico and Hunter passed very well. An all around team effort. Way to go boys!


 

 

Monday, April 15th, Cycle Day 4

Last Tuesday, The young colts were defeated by Carlisle 10-4.  Down 5-4 in the 5th, several costly errors undid our comeback attempt.  Ramon Garcia, Matt Ilgenfritz and Jackson Clay each had a hit and an RBI to lead the offense.

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Today.  See your counselor for more information.


At Saturday's Pan Ram invitational the boys track team achieved many personal bests. Place winners included Jack Baker who earned a second in the 800 meters, and Landon Garland who earned eighth place in the pole vault. The boys will be home against Susquehanna Township this Tuesday.


Medal winners for the Girls Track team at Saturday’s Pan Ram Invitational held at Central Dauphin included: 

Ava Bechtel- 2nd in the 100 High Hurdles (new PR for Ava)

Naomi Englehart- 2nd in the Long Jump

Corinne Firestone- 3rd in both the 1600 meter run (a new PR) and the 3200 meter run

Natalie Borne- 8th in the Shot Put (new PR for Natalie)

Congratulations to the Girls team for finishing 10th overall  in the meet out of 28 teams!!

Next up for both the Boys/Girls teams is Susquehanna Township at home on Tuesday at 4Pm.  Go Colts!!!!


 

 

Friday, April 12th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 3

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Today.  See your counselor for more information.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


I ordered a chicken and an egg from Amazon. I’ll let you know. April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

New Cumberland Post 143 American Legion and Senior Teener Baseball registration will be held Sunday April 14th from 12-2 at Post 1434, 214 Market STreet, New Cumberland. Fliers with additional information are available in the school office.


 

 

Thursday, April 11th,Cycle Day 2

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


New Cumberland Post 143 American Legion and Senior Teener Baseball registration will be held Sunday April 14th from 12-2 at Post 1434, 214 Market STreet, New Cumberland. Fliers with additional information are available in the school office.


 

 

Wednesday, April 10th,Cycle Day 1

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.



The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.

Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. It's impossible to put down! April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

On Thursday, The young colts baseball team took a tough loss 6-3 to Red Land.  The game was tied 2-2 in the 7th when the go ahead run was walked home with 2 outs. Brady Ward was strong on the mound and Aidan Bachman had 2 hits and scored 2 runs in a losing cause. And Monday they dropped a decision to State College 3-0.  Will Stambaugh and Nick Skokowski were very strong on the mound but the colts were held hit less in the affair.

Yesterday, the boys track team came up just short against Lower Dauphin. Winners of individual events included:

David Durland 110 meter hurdles and 300 hurdles

Sean Mingus 800 meters

Derrick Love- Shot Put

Kevin Lusk- Javelin

Diante Hammond- High Jump

Nick Puig- Discus

They boys team will be in action agin on Thursday against Milton Hershey


 

 

Tuesday, April 9th Cycle Day 6

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention Job Seekers: Hershey Park is holding a Job Fair on Wednesday April 10th from 3-7PM at the Giant Center.


A reminder to Special Interest students who signed up for the nationwide academic 3-2-1 competition: it will take place this Wednesday, April 10, starting at 8:00 in the library. In the fall we ranked 5th in the state of PA. Let's see if we can perform even better this spring! Report to the library this Wed. at 8:00 to compete. Questions, see Mrs. Kamps.



Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Congratulations to the Cedar Cliff JROTC Raiders Team.  This past Saturday they competed in the Annual Raiders Challenge at Shippensburg University.  The hard work and dedication of Nate DuBose, Michael Grundon, Eric Ashley, Ben Delozier, Peter Heasley, Colin Wilson, Josh Weber, Mitchell James, Barrett Cutshall and Allison Delozier paid off as the team competed against fourteen other JROTC school teams.  While the team took home third place in the 3k group run with a time of 14 minutes and 10 seconds, they secured second place silver in the Physical Fitness, First Aid, and Rope Bridge events. Your Cedar Cliff JROTC Raider team brought home the silver as they had secured the overall second place trophy by the end of a very long day.

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.  

 

Monday, April 8th, Cycle Day 5

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.


I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. It's impossible to put down! April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

Attention Job Seekers: Hershey Park is holding a Job Fair on Wednesday April 10th from 3-7PM at the Giant Center.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!


Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


 

 

Friday, April 5th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 4

Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work-force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals. The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


On Tuesday, the young colts took one on the chin losing 14-3 to Chambersburg in 5 innings.  Errors and Walks were the major contributors to our demise. Jared Wisman was 1-3 with 2 RBI's in the losing cause.


Congrats and Best Wishes to senior Laurel Thomas as she heads to the Region 7 USA Gymnastics Regional Competition in Pottstown this weekend. Laurel is a Level 7 State Floor Champion and recently qualified for Regionals at Level 8. She competes out of the Gymnastics Center of Hershey . Please wish Laurel best of luck as she heads off to the biggest competition of her career.


Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention Job Seekers: Hershey Park is holding a Job Fair on Wednesday April 10th from 3-7PM at the Giant Center.


Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


Cedar Cliff Boys tennis team lost to State College yesterday.  Highlight of the match was a victory by Elijah Greenwalt.


Congratulations to Jacob Kocher for winning first place in the Annual Daughters of the American Revolution Christopher Columbus Essay Competition at the Regional Chapter level.  Jacob's essay earned first place honors while competing against over 80 entries from the greater Harrisburg metropolitan area. In addition to being awarded $100, Jacob's essay, titled "Comparing Ship Technology: The Ships Columbus Used Versus Ships of Today" now heads to the divisional level for judging before potentially moving on to the national competition where his essay may be read at the National Columbus Day celebration in Washington, D.C.  Congratulations Jacob on a job well done and an excellent essay.


Today is STEM day. Sophomores will be dismissed to the auditorium around 8:15.


 

 

Thursday, April 4th,Cycle Day 3

Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals. The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Congrats and Best Wishes to senior Laurel Thomas as she heads to the Region 7 USA Gymnastics Regional Competition in Pottstown this weekend. Laurel is a Level 7 State Floor Champion and recently qualified for Regionals at Level 8. She competes out of the Gymnastics Center of Hershey . Please wish Laurel best of luck as she heads off to the biggest competition of her career.



Why did the librarian slip and fall on the library floor? Because she was in the non-friction section. April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!



Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.  

 

Wednesday, April 3rd,Cycle Day 2

Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals. The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Congrats and Best Wishes to senior Laurel Thomas as she heads to the Region 7 USA Gymnastics Regional Competition in Pottstown this weekend. Laurel is a Level 7 State Floor Champion and recently qualified for Regionals at Level 8. She competes out of the Gymnastics Center of Hershey . Please wish Laurel best of luck as she heads off to the biggest competition of her career.


The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.

Last week Bloomsburg University held a Shark Tank competition called the Husky Dog Pound.  There were 176 teams from all over the state competing and our very own team of Madison Passmore and Kadence Valora finished in 10th place.  Way to go Girls!!!

Students. If you park out front of the main office in spots numbered 431 to 459, please stop by the main office today, again, Students if you park out front of the main office in spots numbered 431 to 459, please stop by the main office today,  thanks.


 

 

Tuesday, April 2nd Cycle Day 1

Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals. The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


The young colts defeated Spring Grove 11-0. Brady Ward was spectacular on mound throwing a complete game 1 hitter with 6 strike outs. He helped his own cause at the plate going 2-4 with an RBI.  Jared Wisman was 2-2 with 2 RBI's and 3 Runs scored. 



Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


A reminder to Special Interest students: Today is the Junior Achievement Titan Business Challenge. Those competing need to report to the library at 12:50 for the competition. Thanks! Congratulations to junior John Gillespie and sophomore Maria Rahmouni for receiving national awards from the Scholastic Art and Writing Organization for their creative writing!  John won a national scholastic writing silver medal for his novel How Far We Have Fallen. Maria won a national silver medal for her poem Human. Out of over 340,000 creative writing pieces, which advanced from across our country to the national level judging, only 1% won awards. Congratulations on this outstanding achievement and recognition! Maria and John are now part of a legacy joining the ranks of celebrated alumni winners like Sylvia Plath and Truman Capote! Well done!


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Why did the librarian slip and fall on the library floor? Because she was in the non-friction section. April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.


 

 

Monday, April 1st, Cycle Day 6

Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals. The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.



PROM DRESSES!  Today is the last day to check out all the beautiful prom dresses.   Stop by the guidance office TODAY during period 4 and check out ALL the beautiful dresses and gowns.  Tons of dresses, lots of styles and they are all FREE! See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


The Track and Field season is off and running……….the HS Girls team competed at the Tim Cook Invitational on Saturday at Chambersburg HS.  Top results for the girls team were:Ava Bechtel- medaled in the 100m Hurdles finishing third overall.The Girls 4x800 Relay team of Carly Daniels/Maddi Baker/Corinne Firestone and Lauren Wilder finished 2nd overall medalling in the event.Corinne Firestone finished 4th in the 1600m run with a new PR.Lauren Wilder finished 6th overall in the 800m run and Naomi Englehart finished 8th overall in the Long Jump.Next up for the Boys/Girls teams is a home meet on Tuesday vs. Palmyra HS.   Go Colts!!!!!!

March Announcements

Friday, March 29th, Cycle Day 5

Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office!


Attention Special Interest students: It's time to sign up for the spring 3-2-1 computerized academic competition! If you want to compete with a team of fellow students in a fun nationwide academic competition, then you'll want to participate. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 10 from 8:00-10:00 in the library. Sign up to participate in the Special Interest room this week. See Mrs. Kamps with any questions.



Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals. The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


The young colts dropped their first game of the season to Mifflin County 12-7.  Pitching was strong led by Tanner Crawford but done in by untimely errors. Noah Bettinger was an offensive standout with a Home Run and 3 runs batted in. The young colts earned their first win of the season defeating Central Dauphin 13-2.  Will Stambaugh pitched 4 strong innings allowing 2 unearned runs with 5 strikeouts. Jared Wisman was the offensive star with 3 hits, an RBI and scored 3 runs. We were down 2-1 in the 5th and exploded for 12 runs to end the contest.


PROM DRESSES! The day is here- stop by the guidance office TODAY during period 4 and check out ALL the beautiful dresses and gowns.  Tons of dresses, lots of styles and they are all FREE! See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


Congratulations to the boys volleyball team for defeating Northern York last nite in 4 sets. Hunter Anderson had 10 kills, followed up by Maurice Clark and Ben Gregory with 9. Mo also had 5 Aces, and Will Farrell had 23 Assists. Miguel Gaetan had an exceptional nite passing. Way to go Colts!


 

 

Thursday, March 28th, Cycle Day 4

Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.



Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office!


Attention Special Interest students: It's time to sign up for the spring 3-2-1 computerized academic competition! If you want to compete with a team of fellow students in a fun nationwide academic competition, then you'll want to participate. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 10 from 8:00-10:00 in the library. Sign up to participate in the Special Interest room this week. See Mrs. Kamps with any questions.


Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals. The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Cedar Cliff Boys Tennis lost to Carlisle 4-1. The highlight of the match was Alex Arensdorf winning a 3 set thriller against Carlisle's #1 player.


 

Wednesday, March 27th, Cycle Day 3

Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


Hello Cedar Cliff Students. If you have an interest or passion for travel, please listen to the following announcement. A tour of the Capitals of Scandinavia is being booked for the summer of 2020 and all Cedar Cliff High School students are invited. The first interest meeting will be held by Mr. Nazario Wednesday March 27 in room 11 at 6:30pm. Please plan to attend if you curious. See Mr. Nazario for addition information about the meeting and to RSVP digitally. Do not miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime.


Do you want to break a sweat and get your ZUMBA on?

Let's celebrate the end of the third marking period with ZUMBA! The Spanish Club is sponsoring a FREE ZUMBA CLASS on today at 6pm in the school's cafeteria. Bring your family and friends and get ready for pretty much the most awesome workout ever taught by M & M Zumba Girlz, Monica and Melissa from La Isla del Encanto, Puerto Rico! No one in Central PA teaches Zumba like these girls! (They are also the owners of Body Rhythms Life Fitness Dance with great music, with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realizing it. Please join us at this exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness party that's moving millions of people toward joy and health!



Attention Friends Forever members. Please stop by room 108 to sign up for the Friends Forever event on Wednesday.


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office!


Attention Special Interest students: It's time to sign up for the spring 3-2-1 computerized academic competition! If you want to compete with a team of fellow students in a fun nationwide academic competition, then you'll want to participate. The competition will be held on Wednesday, April 10 from 8:00-10:00 in the library. Sign up to participate in the Special Interest room this week. See Mrs. Kamps with any questions.


The boys track team had a strong showing yesterday. First place finishers were:

David Durland in the 110 meter hurdles

Sean Mingus in the 800 meters

Kevin Lusk in the Javelin

Wil Youse inthe Long Jump

and Landon Garland in the Pole Vault

The boys team will be competing in the Tim Cook Invitational this Saturday.


Congratulations to the boys volleyball team for defeating the Mechanicsburg Wildcats in 3 sets last night. Way to go Colts!


 

 

Tuesday, March 26th, Cycle Day 2

Auditions for the spring play, Don’t Drink the Water, by Woody Allen are scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Please prepare a 1 minute comedic monologue. A cascade of comedy and a solid hit on Broadway in 1966, this affair takes place inside an American embassy behind the Iron Curtain. Mayhem and hilarity ensue when an American tourist and his wife and daughter rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying and picture-taking. It’s not much of a refuge because the ambassador is absent and his son, temporarily in charge, has been expelled from a dozen countries and the continent of Africa. Nevertheless, they carefully and frantically plot their escape, and the ambassador’s son and the tourists’ daughter even have time to fall in love. All students are welcome to audition or help with stage crew.


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Attention Friends Forever members. Please stop by room 108 to sign up for the Friends Forever event on Wednesday.


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office!


Hello Cedar Cliff Students. If you have an interest or passion for travel, please listen to the following announcement. A tour of the Capitals of Scandinavia is being booked for the summer of 2020 and all Cedar Cliff High School students are invited. The first interest meeting will be held by Mr. Nazario Wednesday March 27 in room 11 at 6:30pm. Please plan to attend if you curious. See Mr. Nazario for addition information about the meeting and to RSVP digitally. Do not miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime.


 

 

Monday, March 25th, Cycle Day 1

Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


Auditions for the spring play, Don’t Drink the Water, by Woody Allen are scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Please prepare a 1 minute comedic monologue. A cascade of comedy and a solid hit on Broadway in 1966, this affair takes place inside an American embassy behind the Iron Curtain. Mayhem and hilarity ensue when an American tourist and his wife and daughter rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying and picture-taking. It’s not much of a refuge because the ambassador is absent and his son, temporarily in charge, has been expelled from a dozen countries and the continent of Africa. Nevertheless, they carefully and frantically plot their escape, and the ambassador’s son and the tourists’ daughter even have time to fall in love. All students are welcome to audition or help with stage crew.


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Attention Friends Forever members. Please stop by room 108 to sign up for the Friends Forever event on Wednesday.


Hello Cedar Cliff Students. If you have an interest or passion for travel, please listen to the following announcement. A tour of the Capitals of Scandinavia is being booked for the summer of 2020 and all Cedar Cliff High School students are invited. The first interest meeting will be held by Mr. Nazario Wednesday March 27 in room 11 at 6:30pm. Please plan to attend if you curious. See Mr. Nazario for addition information about the meeting and to RSVP digitally. Do not miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime.


 


Friday, March 22nd, Cycle Day 6

Attention anyone interested in being part of the Amazing mini-THON leadership team for 2019-2020: This includes overalls and committee heads/captains. Please pick up an application from the front office today or Friday. Questions on the application are to be completed and turned in by Tuesday. FTK!


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


Sophomores who signed up to take the Practice ACT on Saturday should report to the cafeteria no later than 7:45am.  Please bring a calculator and several sharpened #2 pencils. Please enter the building through the cafeteria doors.


 

 

Thursday, March 21st, Cycle Day 5

Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


Do you want to break a sweat and get your ZUMBA on?

Let's celebrate the end of the third marking period with ZUMBA! The Spanish Club is sponsoring a FREE ZUMBA CLASS on Thursday, March 28th at 6pm in the school's cafeteria. Bring your family and friends and get ready for pretty much the most awesome workout ever taught by M & M Zumba Girlz, Monica and Melissa from La Isla del Encanto, Puerto Rico! No one in Central PA teaches Zumba like these girls! (They are also the owners of Body Rhythms Life Fitness Dance with great music, with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realizing it. Please join us at this exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness party that's moving millions of people toward joy and health!


Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Auditions for the spring play, Don’t Drink the Water, by Woody Allen are scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Please prepare a 1 minute comedic monologue. A cascade of comedy and a solid hit on Broadway in 1966, this affair takes place inside an American embassy behind the Iron Curtain. Mayhem and hilarity ensue when an American tourist and his wife and daughter rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying and picture-taking. It’s not much of a refuge because the ambassador is absent and his son, temporarily in charge, has been expelled from a dozen countries and the continent of Africa. Nevertheless, they carefully and frantically plot their escape, and the ambassador’s son and the tourists’ daughter even have time to fall in love. All students are welcome to audition or help with stage crew.


Attention anyone interested in being part of the Amazing mini-THON leadership team for 2019-2020: This includes overalls and committee heads/captains. Please pick up an application from the front office today or Friday. Questions on the application are to be completed and turned in by Monday. FTK!


 

 

Wednesday, March 20th, Cycle Day 4

Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Do you want to break a sweat and get your ZUMBA on?

Let's celebrate the end of the third marking period with ZUMBA! The Spanish Club is sponsoring a FREE ZUMBA CLASS on Thursday, March 28th at 6pm in the school's cafeteria. Bring your family and friends and get ready for pretty much the most awesome workout ever taught by M & M Zumba Girlz, Monica and Melissa from La Isla del Encanto, Puerto Rico! No one in Central PA teaches Zumba like these girls! (They are also the owners of Body Rhythms Life Fitness Dance with great music, with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realizing it. Please join us at this exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness party that's moving millions of people toward joy and health!


"Winner winner chicken dinner".  The Cedar Cliff Boys Tennis Team defeated C D East yesterday 3 to 2.  Winning for the Colts was Yosh Patel at # 2 singles. Anton Sallaris at # 3 singles and Gavin Brenneman and "T" Walter-Angelo in # 2 doubles. Alex Arensdorf and Yosh Patel also won in District Doubles.  This evens the Colts record out to 1 and 1.


 

Tuesday, March 19th, Cycle Day 3

Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


Auditions for the spring play, Don’t Drink the Water, by Woody Allen are scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Please prepare a 1 minute comedic monologue. A cascade of comedy and a solid hit on Broadway in 1966, this affair takes place inside an American embassy behind the Iron Curtain. Mayhem and hilarity ensue when an American tourist and his wife and daughter rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying and picture-taking. It’s not much of a refuge because the ambassador is absent and his son, temporarily in charge, has been expelled from a dozen countries and the continent of Africa. Nevertheless, they carefully and frantically plot their escape, and the ambassador's son and the tourists’ daughter even have time to fall in love. All students are welcome to audition or help with stage crew.


Congratulations to Cedar Cliff's Academic Worldquest team who won second place at the competition at Elizabethtown College this past Saturday! The team members: Thussenthan Walter-Angelo, Fiona Hilt, Addison Clouser, and Kate Gannon prepared for 10 different categories on world affairs issues. They answered 100 questions and went up against 10 teams from other area high schools. Way to make Cedar Cliff proud!


Congratulations to the Cedar Cliff High School JROTC Color Guard Team of Aven Sandoval, Michael Grundon, Rebekah DuBose, Khoi Ngo, and Tom Sorrows.  They achieved a Second Place Finish in the Honor Guard category at the York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday while also receiving Honorable Mention recognition.  Job well done!

Also on Saturday, members of the Cedar Cliff High School JROTC Raiders Team participated in the grueling Annual East Coast Two-Man Raider Team Competition in Sykesville, Maryland.  While competing against over 30 other schools and teams, the team of Mitchell James & Nate DuBose took first place in the Male Division and first place overall by a mere 5 seconds over the second place overall finishing team of Colin Wilson & Ben Delozier.  The team of Josh Weber & Peter Heasley and the team of Barrett Cutshall & Allison Delozier rounded out the Cedar Cliff entries. Congratulations to all your Cedar Cliff JROTC Raiders!


 

Monday, March 18th, Cycle Day 2

Anyone currently in 9th thru 11th grade who is interested in cheerleading at Cedar Cliff High School for the upcoming school year should pick up a flier in the front office. Pre-tryout meeting is April 2nd in the library  at 4:30pm.


Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


Auditions for the spring play, Don’t Drink the Water, by Woody Allen are scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Please prepare a 1 minute comedic monologue. A cascade of comedy and a solid hit on Broadway in 1966, this affair takes place inside an American embassy behind the Iron Curtain. Mayhem and hilarity ensue when an American tourist and his wife and daughter rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying and picture-taking. It’s not much of a refuge because the ambassador is absent and his son, temporarily in charge, has been expelled from a dozen countries and the continent of Africa. Nevertheless, they carefully and frantically plot their escape, and the ambassador's son and the tourists’ daughter even have time to fall in love. All students are welcome to audition or help with stage crew.


 

 

Friday, March 15th, Cycle Day 1

Seniors - Don't forget today we are having Senior Exit Interviews. If you still need your location and time for the interview, ask any teacher for the information. 


The Addams Family features an original story with the characters we love, and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, played by senior Gia Koutsokostas is the ultimate princess of darkness, she has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart Lucas Beineke, played by Freshmen Eliah Houck.  And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams, played by Junior Andrew Schlegel must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia, Played by Senior Nevina Frese. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.   Death, Darkness, Despair and lots of laughs, what’s not to like. Come see the show, We’ll leave the light off for you.


Best wishes to our Academic Worldquest teams who will be representing Cedar Cliff tomorrow at Elizabethtown College! Team New Zealand: Brendan Moore, Karina Chima, Rachel Lyden, and Ella Miller. Team Finland: Kate Gannon, Addison Clouser, Fiona Hilt, and Thusenthan Walter-Angelo. These students will be testing their world affairs knowledge against other high school teams for the chance to advance to the nationals! Best of luck!


 

 

Thursday, March 14th, Cycle Day 6

Seniors - Don't forget this Friday, March 15th, Cedar Cliff is hosting Senior Exit Interviews. If you still need your location and time for Friday's interview, ask any teacher for the information. 


Attention all seniors- Check out the scholarship list that is on the guidance website.  The list is updated bi-weekly and it is a great way to get FREE money!!! Also, make sure to pay attention to the deadline dates.


The Addams Family features an original story with the characters we love, and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, played by senior Gia Koutsokostas is the ultimate princess of darkness, she has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart Lucas Beineke, played by Freshmen Eliah Houck.  And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams, played by Junior Andrew Schlegel must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia, Played by Senior Nevina Frese. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.   Death, Darkness, Despair and lots of laughs, what’s not to like. Come see the show, We’ll leave the light off for you. 


Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.



If you would be interested in reading announcements next year we are looking for some good voices. See Mr. Uibel in room for a quick interview of your skills.


The Aquatic Club of the West Shore is hosting a FREE swim and ice cream social for youth aged 5 to 18 and their families who are interested in learning more about the swim team. The event is Friday, March 15th from 6:30 to 8 pm at the West Shore Natatorium, located at Red Land High School. Pick up a flier at the office if interested.  


Auditions for the spring play, Don’t Drink the Water, by Woody Allen are scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Please prepare a 1 minute comedic monologue. A cascade of comedy and a solid hit on Broadway in 1966, this affair takes place inside an American embassy behind the Iron Curtain. Mayhem and hilarity ensue when an American tourist and his wife and daughter rush into the embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying and picture-taking. It’s not much of a refuge because the ambassador is absent and his son, temporarily in charge, has been expelled from a dozen countries and the continent of Africa. Nevertheless, they carefully and frantically plot their escape, and the ambassador’s son and the tourists’ daughter even have time to fall in love. All students are welcome to audition or help with stage crew. 

 

Wednesday, March 13th, Cycle Day 5

Attention all seniors- Check out the scholarship list that is on the guidance website.  The list is updated bi-weekly and it is a great way to get FREE money!!! Also, make sure to pay attention to the deadline dates.  


Seniors - Don't forget this Friday, March 15th, Cedar Cliff is hosting Senior Exit Interviews. If you still need your location and time for Friday's interview, ask any teacher for the information. 


The Addams Family features an original story with the characters we love, and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, played by senior Gia Koutsokostas is the ultimate princess of darkness, she has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart Lucas Beineke, played by Freshmen Eliah Houck.  And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams, played by Junior Andrew Schlegel must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia, Played by Senior Nevina Frese. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.   Death, Darkness, Despair and lots of laughs, what’s not to like. Come see the show, We’ll leave the light off for you.


The Aquatic Club of the West Shore is hosting a FREE swim and ice cream social for youth aged 5 to 18 and their families who are interested in learning more about the swim team. The event is Friday, March 15th from 6:30 to 8 pm at the West Shore Natatorium, located at Red Land High School. Pick up a flier at the office if interested.


If you would be interested in reading announcements next year we are looking for some good voices. See Mr. Uibel in room for a quick interview of your skills.


 

 

Tuesday, March 12th, Cycle Day 4

The Aquatic Club of the West Shore is hosting a FREE swim and ice cream social for youth aged 5 to 18 and their families who are interested in learning more about the swim team. The event is Friday, March 15th from 6:30 to 8 pm at the West Shore Natatorium, located at Red Land High School. Pick up a flier at the office if interested.


Seniors - Don't forget this Friday, March 15th, Cedar Cliff is hosting Senior Exit Interviews. If you still need your location and time for Friday's interview, ask any teacher for the information.


Prom is in the air and if you are in need of a beautiful prom gown, we have several available.  On Friday, March 29th stop by the guidance office during period 4 and you can walk away with a  free prom dress. We have a ton of dresses and lots of styles to choose from.  See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


The wrestlers had an outstanding finish to there season at the PIAA State Championships over the weekend.

  • 4 wrestlers completed the state tournament.

  • Michael Cassidy finished top 12 just missing the Podiums

  • Aiden Lewis finishes 4th in the State at 106

  • JJ Wilson finished 5th in the State at 126

  • Donovon Ball made the State Finals finishing 2nd.

Donovon Ball has also been picked for The Dapper Dan Pittsburgh Press Classic “The Rose Bowl of wrestling”. This is one of the highest honors in High School wrestling and pits Team PA vs Team USA in Pittsburgh this Friday.


The Addams Family features an original story with the characters we love, and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, played by senior Gia Koutsokostas is the ultimate princess of darkness, she has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart Lucas Beineke, played by Freshmen Eliah Houck.  And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams, played by Junior Andrew Schlegel must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia, Played by Senior Nevina Frese. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.   Death, Darkness, Despair and lots of laughs, what’s not to like. Come see the show, We’ll leave the light off for you.


If you would be interested in reading announcements next year we are looking for some good voices. See Mr. Uibel in room for a quick interview of your skills.


 

 

Monday, March 11th, Cycle Day 3

Attention all seniors- Check out the scholarship list that is on the guidance website.  The list is updated bi-weekly and it is a great way to get FREE money!!! Also, make sure to pay attention to the deadline dates.  


All sophomores and juniors who will be taking a Dual Enrollment class through HACC next year should attend an informational meeting in the cafeteria on Today at 9:30am.  Application materials will be distributed and discussed along with placement testing, etc.


Seniors - Don't forget this Friday, March 15th, Cedar Cliff is hosting Senior Exit Interviews. If you still need your location and time for Friday's interview, ask any teacher for the information. 


Friday, March 8th, Cycle Day 2

All sophomores and juniors who will be taking a Dual Enrollment class through HACC next year should attend an informational meeting in the cafeteria on Monday, March 11th at 9:30am.  Application materials will be distributed and discussed along with placement testing, etc. 


The Aquatic Club of the West Shore is hosting a FREE swim and ice cream social for youth aged 5 to 18 and their families who are interested in learning more about the swim team. The event is Friday, March 15th from 6:30 to 8 pm at the West Shore Natatorium, located at Red Land High School. Pick up a flier at the office if interested.


Girls Basketball PIAA Playoff tickets are on sale in the HS Main Office. Prices are $6- Adults and $3- Students. All tickets at gate are $6. Come support the girls in their opening round game this Friday 7:30 PM at Bensalem HS vs. Neshaminy.


Attention Special Interest students: if you're interested in business and competition, the Titan Business Challenge is for you! You will run your own business in this computer simulation and test your skills against other Special Interest students. The competition will take place on April 2 during 5th and 6th periods here at Cedar Cliff. Sign up in the Special Interest room sometime this week or next week in order to compete. Preparation materials and strategy guides will be provided. See Mrs. Kamps if you have any questions.


A reminder to Academic Worldquest team members that permission slips are due to Mrs. Kamps today, Friday, March 8.


Thursday, March 7th, Cycle Day 1

Attention all seniors- Check out the scholarship list that is on the guidance website.  The list is updated bi-weekly and it is a great way to get FREE money!!! Also, make sure to pay attention to the deadline dates.

All sophomores and juniors who will be taking a Dual Enrollment class through HACC next year should attend an informational meeting in the cafeteria on Monday, March 11th at 9:30am.  Application materials will be distributed and discussed along with placement testing, etc.  


Girls Basketball PIAA Playoff tickets are on sale in the HS Main Office. Prices are $6- Adults and $3- Students. All tickets at gate are $6. Come support the girls in their opening round game this Friday 7:30 PM at Bensalem HS vs. Neshaminy.


Attention Special Interest students: if you're interested in business and competition, the Titan Business Challenge is for you! You will run your own business in this computer simulation and test your skills against other Special Interest students. The competition will take place on April 2 during 5th and 6th periods here at Cedar Cliff. Sign up in the Special Interest room sometime this week or next week in order to compete. Preparation materials and strategy guides will be provided. See Mrs. Kamps if you have any questions.


Wednesday, March 6th, Cycle Day 6

All sophomores and juniors who will be taking a Dual Enrollment class through HACC next year should attend an informational meeting in the cafeteria on Monday, March 11th at 9:30am.  Application materials will be distributed and discussed along with placement testing, etc.


The Aquatic Club of the West Shore is hosting a FREE swim and ice cream social for youth aged 5 to 18 and their families who are interested in learning more about the swim team. The event is Friday, March 15th from 6:30 to 8 pm at the West Shore Natatorium, located at Red Land High School. Pick up a flier at the office if interested.


Congratulations to Bella Anderson, Corporate Committee Head for Mini-THON and her whole committee.  Cedar Cliff raised more money in corporate than any other school has ever raised. Bella has been asked to speak at the Mini Thon Leadership summit meeting this summer to guide all other schools on how to raise corporate funds.


Girls Basketball PIAA Playoff tickets are on sale in the HS Main Office. Prices are $6- Adults and $3- Students. All tickets at gate are $6. Come support the girls in their opening round game this Friday 7:30 PM at Bensalem HS vs. Neshaminy.


Tuesday, March 5th, Cycle Day 5

Attention all seniors- Check out the scholarship list that is on the guidance website.  The list is updated bi-weekly and it is a great way to get FREE money!!! Also, make sure to pay attention to the deadline dates.  


Congratulations to freshman Jackson Green for winning second place in the historical paper category at the History Day Competition this past Saturday at Messiah College. Jackson's paper advances to the state level for judging in May! Way to make Cedar Cliff proud!


Boys Volleyball will have tryouts Today after school in gym 1.


 

Monday, March 4th, Cycle Day 4

AP exam registration will begin on March 5th.  The cost is $94 per exam and you must see Ms. Thorpe in the counseling office to register.

Anybody who is going out for boys tennis.  We will meet in main gym after school Monday and after a short warm up will be going outside to practice.  So dress warm.


Boys Volleyball will have tryouts Today after school in gym 1.


Congratulations to Thussenthan Walter-Angelo for winning the Regional Brain BEE competition.

Congratulations to the following students for medaling in the Science Olympiad competition events:

Sachin Pranesh, Thussenthan Walter-Angelo, Yash Patel, Brady Ward, Mohammad Azlmat, Maria Rahmouni and Tivin Hersh.


Boys tennis practice will be inside today and will last for 1 hour.  We will meet in the main gym at 3pm. Anyone interested in going out for tennis is asked to attend this practice today after school. Tennis Today  3 o'clock.


Friday, March 1st,  Cycle Day 3

AP exam registration will begin on March 5th.  The cost is $94 per exam and you must see Ms. Thorpe in the counseling office to register.


Best wishes to students who will be representing Cedar Cliff tomorrow at the National History Day Competition at Messiah College! Sean McCurdy, Emma Kurtz-Olin, Jonah Schiggens-Smith, and Jackson Green will be presenting individual projects addressing the theme Triumph and Tragedy in history. They will be competing against other high school students in the following categories: exhibit, website design, documentary, and historical paper. Good luck!


Congratulations to junior Katie Addams and sophomore Lily Berrier. Their team won second place out of 115 high school teams competing in the 16-week PA stock market simulation! They started with $100,000.00 to invest in the market and ended with $105, 620.39. Great job!


Congratulations to the West Shore Ice Hockey team on their win to get them into the Viola Cup Championship this Tonight at Hershey Park Area @ 6:15. Please come out and support your Cedar Cliff Colts and Red Land Patriots as they go for the Championship.


For all boys lacrosse players. Monday March 4th we will be distributing equipment at 3:15 in the hallway outside the auxiliary gym. Be prepared to go outside after all equipment has been handed out for our first official practice.


Anybody who is going out for boys tennis.  We will meet in main gym after school Monday and after a short warm up will be going outside to practice.  So dress warm.


Boys Volleyball will have tryouts Monday and Tuesday after school in gym 1.


Tuesday, March 5th, Cycle Day 5

Attention all seniors- Check out the scholarship list that is on the guidance website.  The list is updated bi-weekly and it is a great way to get FREE money!!! Also, make sure to pay attention to the deadline dates.  


Congratulations to freshman Jackson Green for winning second place in the historical paper category at the History Day Competition this past Saturday at Messiah College. Jackson's paper advances to the state level for judging in May! Way to make Cedar Cliff proud!


Boys Volleyball will have tryouts Today after school in gym 1.

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