As school has officially begun, last night, Friday, September 25 marked the annual back-to-school dance. However, this was no ordinary event at East.
Dressed in all black, students from all grades made an appearance. “Project East” was a major success. The cafeteria was blacked out to the max and the strobe lights took over the dance floor... READ MORE »»
Cherry Hill East Girls Volleyball defeated Washington Township Girls Volleyball Friday, September 17. East’s team entered the Dibart Gym with a record of 0-1 following a tough loss against Rancocas Valley, but left the gym 1-1 after dominating with a score of 25-15 in both sets.
“After a long preseason we played RV on Wednesday, and I saw a few f... READ MORE »»
East vs. Washington Township in an intense volleyball game.
The 2015 football season opened Friday, September 11 with the East Cougars visiting the Eastern Vikings. The Cougars fought hard for a 21-28 win to start the season off 1-0. This is the first time the Cougars celebrate success at Eastern since 1990. This season has the potential to shadow the previous disappointing few years.
“Coach gave every... READ MORE »»
East and Eastern face head on in the first football game of the season.
The East Girls Varsity Tennis team opened their season on September 8 against Lenape High School. In the brutal heat reaching far into the nineties, the Girls Tennis team won a decisive 4-1 victory over Lenape, starting the season off 1-0.
In the team’s 4-1 win, first singles Steph Yanosov (’17) dominated her match and started the Cougar’s char... READ MORE »»
Steph Yanosov ('17) makes a powerful serve to her opponent.
On the hot summer days of July 12-13 2015, Kings Highway in Haddonfield New Jersey transformed into an arts and crafts marketplace and a playground for fine arts fanatics. Haddonfield commended select artists during the 23rd Annual Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Arts Festival occupying Kings Highway East. The festival ran through the heart of downtown... READ MORE »»
New Jersey is opening doors for gifted, STEM-focused students in the highly regarded Governor’s School summer program while limiting opportunities for gifted students in the arts and humanities.
As a free program funded entirely by the state and... Read More »
As the 2014-2015 school year has come to a close, East students and their families venture out of Cherry Hill to various locations.
A full-year Cherry Hill resident may notice the lack of people in the large suburban town, as so many residents leav... Read More »
For the first time since the summer of 2009, Cherry Hill East students who take Spanish classes will have the opportunity to travel to Spain and learn about the Hispanic culture and language.
East Spanish students who choose to participate in the exchange... Read More »
Coming from one of their best starts in the past couple of years, the Cherry Hill East Cougars played against Williamstown, a top team in their division. Although the cougars played against Eastern Regional... Read More »
Every year, around the middle of July, as the temperature becomes consistently scalding, it becomes more and more evident that summer is in full motion. To baseball fans, one event stands out above the... Read More »
School is out and summer has started! Throughout the summer, the East Ultimate Frisbee Club members have still remained passionate about their sport and continue to play in the parking lot of East and... Read More »