CB West High School

Updates From Mr. Bucher

Students Sign NCAA National Letters of Intent!

On November 14, CB West was honored to recognize several Senior student athletes who signed their NCAA National Letters of Intent. Congratulations to the following students:

Amanda Gundlach – Girls Lacrosse (Villanova University)

Elena Romesburg – Girls Lacrosse (James Madison University)

Sarah Gebre – Girls Lacrosse (West Chester University)

Christian Rupert – Boys Volleyball (Brigham Young University)

Quinn MacMillan – Swimming (James Madison University)

Angelina Refice – Softball (LaSalle University)

Will Taylor – Baseball (University of Rhode Island)

John Fitz – Baseball (Lehigh University)

Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of "Our Town" for three Successful Performances!

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Holiday Shopping For CB West!

Will you shop at Amazon.com for gifts this holiday season? If so, please consider using the link on the CB West homepage the next time you shop. When you purchase items through our link, CB West gets a percentage of your purchase in the form of books for our library. Check the link out here: http://www.cbsd.org/CBWAmazon

Bringing Animals Relief Club

CB West’s Bringing Animals Relief Club (BARC) raised $384 this past weekend for a trip to the University of Penn’s Working Dog Center. BARC will also be hosting the annual Santa Paws event at Fur Street Pet Salon on 223 York Road, Suite B in Warminster on December 14th from 2-6 pm. Bring your pets to the Fur Street Pet Salon to have their picture taken with Santa Claus. Pictures will be $7 and there will be a variety of goodies for humans and animals, as well as plenty of holiday cheer! All proceeds will go to the Special Equestrians -Therapeutic Riding Center.

Congratulations to the CB West Football Team, CB West Marching Band, and CB West Cheerleaders for an Unforgettable Fall Season!

A Collaborative Effort At CB West.....

Mrs. Curran and Ms. Donahue’s 12th grade English class coordinated with Mr. Taylor's Industrial Technology classes to create visual representations from themes in A Long Way Gone by Ismael Beah. Students worked in groups to create hands on projects which showcased creativity, problem solving skills, and comprehension of the novel.