On Sunday, June 14, the Cherry Hill Education Foundation recognized nearly 300 students from the Cherry Hill Public Schools at the annual Academic Recognition Brunch, held at Lucien’s. Click HERE for a video with highlights from the event.
This annual CHEF-sponsored event recognizes the academic achievements of seniors from Cherry Hill High School East and Cherry Hill High School West.
More than 575 people attended this year’s event, the largest ever, including the honorees, parents, school administrators, teachers, Cherry Hill Board of Education members, and CHEF Board members.
Each year, the event features a guest speaker who is a distinguished graduate of East or West. This year’s speaker was Dr. David Horowitz, Cherry Hill East Class of 1981.
Each senior honoree received a special plaque to honor their academic achievements. In addition to the plaques, each senior received a special gift this year—Cherry Hill-opoly, a game developed by the Foundation in cooperation with Mayor Chuck Cahn, Cherry Hill Township, and the Cherry Hill Public Schools. The gift was made possible through the generosity of Mayor Chuck Cahn and his wife, Stephanie.
Congratulations to all of this year’s Senior Honorees!