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Van Tassel Named Section 2 Top Scholar-Athlete

Congratulations to the Panthers’ Thomas Van Tassel, who has been named the Top Scholar-Athlete in Section 2 Football. Thomas represented Chatham at the 2019 Capital District National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Dinner held March 2nd at the Red Lion Hotel in Albany, where he was also honored as the overall […]

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Daigle-Vellon Named Scholar-Athlete

Congratulations to the Chatham Panthers’ Veah Daigle-Vellon, who earned the Girls Basketball Scholar-Athlete Award for outstanding achievement in the classroom, community, and basketball! A senior at CHS, Veah represented Chatham at the Section 2 Girls Basketball Scholar-Athlete brunch held March 1 at the Albany Marriott. She is pictured at the event with her mom, Sarah. […]

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Model Congress Earns School Spirit Award at AIC

Chatham High School’s Model Congress Club attended the 80th annual Model Congress at American International College (AIC) in Springfield, MA and again brought home the School Spirit Award for demonstrating the highest level of participation, enthusiasm, and team spirit! In January, Chatham joined ten other high schools from throughout the northeast to write, debate, and […]

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Jazz All-County

Ten students from Chatham High School participated in the Jazz All-County Festival concert held February 6 at Germantown High School.

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A Kinder World Through Art

Senior art students in Fine Arts Workshop class recently created portraits for refugee and under-resourced Malaysian children through a partnership with The Memory Project. The Memory Project is a nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges. The portraits help the […]

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Deputy Rosenstrach Goes to Art Class

In her role as a resource who students can go to if they ever need help, School Resource Deputy Kelly Rosenstrach is always looking to interact with and get to know our students, as trust is built upon relationships. And with Chatham being a school and all, sometimes that means she gets to learn cool […]