Patrick Cha

June 15, 2015 | Sonya Burke

Presidential Scholars (PHOTOS)

Emily Yang, a Richard Montgomery High School student who recently was named one of only 141 “Presidential Scholars” in the nation, talks about her experiences on June 9th as she was honored by the Montgomery County Council. Also at the ceremonies were, left to right: David Lopilator, an English teacher at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School […]

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June 10, 2015 | Aline Barros

U.S. Presidential Scholar Is Honored During A County Council Session (VIDEO)

Montgomery County Councilmember Craig Rice honors Emily Yang, a student at Richard Montgomery High School, with a proclamation on June 8 for her achievement as U.S. Presidential Scholar during a county council meeting. Patrick Cha, a student at Bethesda ‐Chevy Chase High School was also named a scholar. Yang and Cha are among the 141 students […]

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June 5, 2015 | Staff Writer

MCPS Crows About Class of 2015

As graduation ceremonies continue for Montgomery County Public Schools high schools, the Class of 2015 has a lot to celebrate. The MCPS Class of 2015 has received 208 acceptances to Ivy League colleges and universities—the highest number of such acceptances in five years. This year’s MCPS graduates have earned more than $335.3 million in college […]

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May 6, 2015 | Staff Writer

Two MCPS Students Named U.S. Presidential Scholars

Two Montgomery County Public Schools students were recognized this week as U.S. Presidential Scholars—the only public school students from Maryland to receive the honor and 21 MCPS students from six high schools were awarded National Merit $2,500 Scholarships financed by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Patrick E. Cha, of Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, and Emily […]

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December 14, 2014 | Krista Brick

Chevy Chase Tennis Teen Earns National Distinction (VIDEO)

Patrick Cha of Chevy Chase played football, basketball and baseball in middle school, but never tennis. But, a brain bleed when he was 12 left him with a loss of his peripheral vision and unable to play contact sports. So Cha, found his way to tennis and never looked back. This weekend, Cha was honored […]

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