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Arms and Sickle

An expansive, interdisciplinary conference will take place next month, attracting presenters and participants from around the world.

international students ride bikes in Belgium

CHC is well on its way to becoming truly a global community with more than 100 international students attending each year and partnerships with 20 institutions of higher education in other countries

When you serve the dear neighbor, do it with an unselfish love and generous heart.

A mere seven years after the order of the Sisters of Saint Joseph was founded in 1650 by Father Jean Pierre Medaille, SJ, he presented them with 100 maxims, or short prayerful guides, to live by.

Benico with drawings

For one week at the end of June, 12 local students (of middle school age) immersed themselves in a summer science and art camp at CHC where they learned to observe and artistically reproduce diverse preserved and living organisms.

Senator Art Haywood, Sister Carol Jean Vale, CHC president, and Martin Luther King High School Principal, Keisha Wilkins, confer Saturday afternoon.

When Sister Carol wanted to engage with Philadelphia students, she contacted State Senator Art Haywood who then reached out to Keisha Wilkins, principal of Martin Luther King High School. They were on board immediately.

ALD induction 2017

CHC recently received the 2017 Delta Gold Award from Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD), the National Honor Society for First-Year Students, for its commitment to the academic success of its students.

International Students

More than 40 new international students have joined CHC this semester, representing nearly 20 countries.