News from our distinguished alumni.
Looking at diversity, equity, and inclusion through the lens of theater
With guest speakers, suggested readings, and physical displays, Justice Week 2021 brings race to the forefront. By Ellen Murphy '22, Communications Apprentice.
For his Eagle Project, Willems created a natural fence between Mendota Elementary School and a neighbor.
Rebecca Stobaugh, PhD, provided training for our faculty on effective assessment strategies.
Sullivan is the first Dance Team member to receive this award.
CDH Celebrates Black History with historical facts, motivational speaker.
After having only two gymnasts last year, the team has swelled to a full roster of 15 athletes.
Ariana Awiszus '24 was inspired to found HomeworkAid when she realized how challenging online school can be for young children.
The speaker focused on savings, investments, and preparing for retirement.
Dozens of U.S. History students were chosen to advance to the Regional History Day competition.
The Student Council held a supply drive and created bags of resources to deliver to people experiencing homelessness.
Looking for your next read? Check out this month's recommendations from our librarian!
CDH will begin competing in Class 5A starting in Fall, 2021
If your graduation year ends in a 0, 1, 5, or 6, this is your reunion year!